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This illustration depicts how important precision landing is to a successful lunar mission. The identification of level ground near scientifically important and hazardous sites is essential for the success of long-term missions. (Photo credit: Pat Rawlings/NASA)

(Photo credit: Department of Energy/Sandia National Laboratories)

Timber sales production in the Chattahoochee National Forest, GA. (Forest Service photos by Cecilio Ricardo)

Sandia and New Mexico State University will continue their research collaboration under a renewed agreement. At the signing were (left to right) Sandia’s Jaime Moya and Susan Seestrom; Dan Arvizu of NMSU; and Dan Sanchez of NNSA’s Sandia Field Office. (Photo credit: Lonnie Anderson)


Member Labs

Multimodal optical nanoprobe being mounted in a transmission electron microscope (Photo credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory).

European starling on corn by USDA NWRC Jim Carlson.

CO2 release by mild heating of the BIG-bicarbonate solid. The released CO2 gas is trapped in the orange balloon, while the released water vapors are trapped by condensation in the ice-cooled U-shaped tube. (Photo credit: Neil J. Williams and Erick Holguin)

Photo credit: Douglas Barnes

(Left to right) Commanding General Army Materiel Command Gen. Gustave F. Perna, Commanding General Army Futures Command Gen. John M. Murray, and Commanding General Combat Capabilities Development Command Maj. Gen. Cedric T. Wins during a Transition of Authority ceremony Jan. 31 at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. (Photo credit: Conrad Johnson)