JPL


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JPL

Abbrev. for Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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Mahendra Mohan Gupta, Chairman and Managing Director of Jagran Prakashan, commented The deal will catapult JPL into a leadership position in the radio industry and enable the company to benefit from the rapid growth in radio advertising.
This reflects not only on me personally but on all my colleagues at JPL who helped me throughout my career," said Elachi, who has been responsible for the development of more than 45 flight missions, research works and instruments.
Through this sustained collaboration, we ensure that JPL continues to be a national resource for space exploration, scientific leadership, technology and discovery, as well as an inspiration for young scientists and engineers.
The 10-year-old posed the question to Charles Wang, JPL telecommunications engineer, who said rovers have heat shields to protect them.
The last chapter of Astro Turf, "Bouncing Toward Meridiani, or Postcards from the New World," returns to JPL to tell the story of Opportunity, the successful rover that stands in the bed of an ancient Martian sea that may have once held the molecules of life.
CSC's first NASA contract was with JPL in 1961," said Dave Ziobro, vice president of NASA Programs in CSC's Civil Group.
We feel confident that JPL has the strategic and creative expertise to help us reach existing and new members with relevant content tailored to their specific needs.
Managed by JPL, the DSN is an international network of antenna complexes for communications between spacecraft and Earth-based teams that guide them.
11, 2001, Universal Detection Technology in 2002 reached a licensing agreement with JPL for the anthrax-detecting device, which is about the size of a microwave oven and works like a smoke detector.
Interpreting the radar data is tricky, notes team member Steve Wall of JPL, because several factors can make a region a poor reflector of radio waves.
The technology developed by JPL for interplanetary missions is also useful for gaining a better understanding of the geology of Earth.
Evidence shows that taxpayer-funded JPL harassed, demoted and terminated Coppedge after he expressed a pro-ID scientific viewpoint disliked at JPL and wrongly labeled as 'religion' by JPL decision-makers," said Dr.