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  1. Q99g says

    What is the donut filled with? Normal air or a special gas? I don’t have
    any idea if it matters but perhaps one element or composition is faster or
    more solid than another one.

  2. Stephen Luick says

    Live now! #LDSD news briefing. Tag Qs about this #JourneyToMars landing
    tech with #askNASA .

  3. lighttree2012 says

    The NSA had to remove part of this video in the best interest of national
    security.

  4. Friends of NASA says

    *LDSD Mars Landing Tech News | NASA JPL*
    Learn about NASA’s second flight test of its Low-Density Supersonic
    Decelerator (LDSD), now slated for June 4, 2015. NASA’s LDSD project is
    designed to investigate and test breakthrough technologies for landing
    future robotic and human Mars missions, and safely returning large payloads
    to Earth. The test, performed over the Pacific Ocean, will simulate the
    supersonic entry and descent speeds at which the spacecraft would be
    traveling through the Martian atmosphere.

    Mission overview briefing participants include:

    U.S. Navy Capt. Bruce Hay, commanding officer, U.S. Navy Pacific Missile
    Range Facility
    Steve Jurczyk, associate administrator of the Space Technology Mission
    Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington
    Mark Adler, LDSD project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
    in Pasadena, California
    Ian Clark, LDSD principal investigator at JPL

    For more information about LDSD, visit http://www.nasa.gov/ldsd

    Credit: NASA/JPL

    +NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    +U.S. Navy

    #NASA #Space #Mars #Technology #Landing #LDSD #Engineering #PathtoMars
    #DeepSpace #Planetary #Exploration #SLS #Orion #Atmosphere #Science #Low
    #Density #Supersonic #Decelerator #Payload #JPL #USAF #Military #AirForce
    #Hawaii #UnitedStates #USA

  5. Dwayne Lawrence says

    *LDSD Mars Landing Tech News | NASA JPL*
    Learn about NASA’s second flight test of its Low-Density Supersonic
    Decelerator (LDSD), now slated for June 4, 2015. NASA’s LDSD project is
    designed to investigate and test breakthrough technologies for landing
    future robotic and human Mars missions, and safely returning large payloads
    to Earth. The test, performed over the Pacific Ocean, will simulate the
    supersonic entry and descent speeds at which the spacecraft would be
    traveling through the Martian atmosphere.

    Mission overview briefing participants include:

    U.S. Navy Capt. Bruce Hay, commanding officer, U.S. Navy Pacific Missile
    Range Facility
    Steve Jurczyk, associate administrator of the Space Technology Mission
    Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington
    Mark Adler, LDSD project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
    in Pasadena, California
    Ian Clark, LDSD principal investigator at JPL

    For more information about LDSD, visit http://www.nasa.gov/ldsd

    Credit: NASA/JPL

    +NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    +U.S. Navy

    #NASA #Space #Mars #Technology #Landing #LDSD #Engineering #PathtoMars
    #DeepSpace #Planetary #Exploration #SLS #Orion #Atmosphere #Science #Low
    #Density #Supersonic #Decelerator #Payload #JPL #USAF #Military #AirForce
    #Hawaii #UnitedStates #USA

  6. Mars Initiative says

    *LDSD Mars Landing Tech News | NASA JPL*
    Learn about NASA’s second flight test of its Low-Density Supersonic
    Decelerator (LDSD), now slated for June 4, 2015. NASA’s LDSD project is
    designed to investigate and test breakthrough technologies for landing
    future robotic and human Mars missions, and safely returning large payloads
    to Earth. The test, performed over the Pacific Ocean, will simulate the
    supersonic entry and descent speeds at which the spacecraft would be
    traveling through the Martian atmosphere.

    Mission overview briefing participants include:

    U.S. Navy Capt. Bruce Hay, commanding officer, U.S. Navy Pacific Missile
    Range Facility
    Steve Jurczyk, associate administrator of the Space Technology Mission
    Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington
    Mark Adler, LDSD project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
    in Pasadena, California
    Ian Clark, LDSD principal investigator at JPL

    For more information about LDSD, visit http://www.nasa.gov/ldsd

    Credit: NASA/JPL

    +NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    +U.S. Navy

    #NASA #Space #Mars #Technology #Landing #LDSD #Engineering #PathtoMars
    #DeepSpace #Planetary #Exploration #SLS #Orion #Atmosphere #Science #Low
    #Density #Supersonic #Decelerator #Payload #JPL #USAF #Military #AirForce
    #Hawaii #UnitedStates #USA

  7. Adam Koski says

    *LDSD Mars Landing Tech News | NASA JPL*
    Learn about NASA’s second flight test of its Low-Density Supersonic
    Decelerator (LDSD), now slated for June 4, 2015. NASA’s LDSD project is
    designed to investigate and test breakthrough technologies for landing
    future robotic and human Mars missions, and safely returning large payloads
    to Earth. The test, performed over the Pacific Ocean, will simulate the
    supersonic entry and descent speeds at which the spacecraft would be
    traveling through the Martian atmosphere.

    Mission overview briefing participants include:

    U.S. Navy Capt. Bruce Hay, commanding officer, U.S. Navy Pacific Missile
    Range Facility
    Steve Jurczyk, associate administrator of the Space Technology Mission
    Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington
    Mark Adler, LDSD project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
    in Pasadena, California
    Ian Clark, LDSD principal investigator at JPL

    For more information about LDSD, visit http://www.nasa.gov/ldsd

    Credit: NASA/JPL

    +NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    +U.S. Navy

    #NASA #Space #Mars #Technology #Landing #LDSD #Engineering #PathtoMars
    #DeepSpace #Planetary #Exploration #SLS #Orion #Atmosphere #Science #Low
    #Density #Supersonic #Decelerator #Payload #JPL #USAF #Military #AirForce
    #Hawaii #UnitedStates #USA

  8. lxwvandenberg says

    So you want to send man to Mars but you can’t run a live stream?! Come on +
    NASA

  9. Nate Allen says

    *LDSD Mars Landing Tech News | NASA JPL*
    Learn about NASA’s second flight test of its Low-Density Supersonic
    Decelerator (LDSD), now slated for June 4, 2015. NASA’s LDSD project is
    designed to investigate and test breakthrough technologies for landing
    future robotic and human Mars missions, and safely returning large payloads
    to Earth. The test, performed over the Pacific Ocean, will simulate the
    supersonic entry and descent speeds at which the spacecraft would be
    traveling through the Martian atmosphere.

    Mission overview briefing participants include:

    U.S. Navy Capt. Bruce Hay, commanding officer, U.S. Navy Pacific Missile
    Range Facility
    Steve Jurczyk, associate administrator of the Space Technology Mission
    Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington
    Mark Adler, LDSD project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
    in Pasadena, California
    Ian Clark, LDSD principal investigator at JPL

    For more information about LDSD, visit http://www.nasa.gov/ldsd

    Credit: NASA/JPL

    +NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
    +U.S. Navy

    #NASA #Space #Mars #Technology #Landing #LDSD #Engineering #PathtoMars
    #DeepSpace #Planetary #Exploration #SLS #Orion #Atmosphere #Science #Low
    #Density #Supersonic #Decelerator #Payload #JPL #USAF #Military #AirForce
    #Hawaii #UnitedStates #USA