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ENERGY CONVERSION LABORATORY ECL, NASA Technology Images

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Capture Date: 4/24/1975

Photographer: MARTIN BROWN

Keywords: Larsen Scan

Location Building No: 302

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Cape Canaveral, Fla. -- Students participate in a high-altitude balloon experiment that's being conducted on the grounds of Kennedy’s Space Life Sciences Laboratory (SLSL). High-school students from two Orlando, Fla., schools travelled to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to participate in National Lab Day activities. During the event, about 80 students, toured various facilities and engaged in educational hands-on activities. National Lab Day is a partnership between federal agencies, foundations, professional societies and organizations devoted to promoting science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, hands-on discovery-based laboratory experiences for students. Photo Credit: NASA/Frankie Martin KSC-2011-3469

Pure americium hydroxide in capillary tube, isolated January 1946. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

Raising flag to the top of the U.S. Navy's new laboratory at Bellevue, D.C.

President John F. Kennedy's visit to Lawrence RadiationLaboratory. Kennedy's motorcade (view from above), taken March 23, 1962. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

President John F. Kennedy giving speech at Memorial Stadium for U.C Berkeley Charter Day celebration. During during this trip he also visited Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, taken March 23, 1962. Principal Investigator/Project: Analog Conversion Project

NEW CONSTRUCTION IN THE ENGINE RESEARCH BUILDING ERB SOUTHWEST SW EXTENSION

FOUR WALLS - CEILING - BASEMENT OF THE PROPULSION SYSTEMS LABORATORY PSL HEATER BUILDING

Conversion. Copper and brass processing. Stocks of partially completed lengths of seamless copper tube in many sizes. These have still to go through several more draws through dies on drawbenches. Each draw reduces them in diameter and wall thickness, and lengthens them out. Then, before the tubes leaves the mill, the ends will be sawed off straight and clean. Chase Copper and Brass Company, Euclid, Ohio

HIGH PRESSURE HEAT TRANSFER RIG

Conversion. Rendering of household fats. Cracklings discharged by an expeller at a rendering plant. These cracklings consist of meat, bones and some fats, and are used as animal food

Ukraine, Pervomaisk - SILO Dismantlement - April 1996 - Conversion of former Soviet Union (FSU) ICBM site at Pervomaisk, Ukraine to Factory and residential community. Pervomaisk was the former location of the 46th Division of the 43rd Rocket Army of the Soviet Strategic Rocket Forces, formed during the Cold War. Interior/Exterior views of residential homes under-construction, warehouse containing modular units

Conversion. Food machinery plant. Cutting of spouts for anti-tank guns is the present work of this lathe, shown here at its former job--shaping of wooden rollers used with a belt control to carry steaks into the cube steak machine which is this New England plant's normal product. Conversion of this lathe, and the stepping up of its speed, has turned his skill from peacetime work to war production. Cube Steak Machinery Company, Boston, Massachusetts

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