NASA/Johns Hopkins, APL/Steve Gribben
Photomicrograph of a chondritic meteorite, believed to originate from the Asteroid Belt. These meteorites are amongst the oldest know objects in the Solar System, dating back 4.56 billion years, and are the building blocks for the terrestrial planets. Credit: Anthony Kemp, UWA.
Flames in microgravity (ESA)
Design for Mars surface architecture by the UWA School of Design student Nik Cutten,
Testing a UWA-built robotic craftTestig a UWA-built robotic craft
Astronaut Scott Kelly in Scientific American

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