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Sandia's Shuttle Sensors

04/13/2005 8:57 AM

Scientists at Sandia National Laboratories are helping NASA ensure the safety of the space shuttle Discovery. The scientists are preparing a new network of sensors embedded in the shuttle's wing.

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