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a large white object sitting on top of a metal stand in a room with exposed ceilings
Carsten Nicolai | Pace Gallery
Carsten Nicolai, "pionier I", parachute, wind machine, sound proof paneling; installation dimensions variable; © 2011 Carsten Nicolai /Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn / Photo by: Arturas Valiauga
a large white and orange balloon hanging from the ceiling
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Testing of the parachute that was the main source of atmospheric drag for the Curiosity rover
a large white and yellow object hanging from the ceiling
Testing the parachute that helped to land Curiosity on Mars, in the world's largest wind tunnel at NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California. The parachute has 80 suspension lines, measure more than 165 feet in length and opens to a diameter of 55 feet. It is the largest disk-gap-band parachute ever built and is designed to survive loads in excess of 80,000 pounds.
a man running with an umbrella in the park
The Fitness Workshop: Parachute Running
Performing short sprints while attached to a parachute ratchets up the heart rate and improves the explosive power and strength of muscles
a person is parasailing in the air with a parachute attached to it's back
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Airborne Systems EPC Parchute System - new parachute design for the French military
two large parachutes flying over the ocean on top of blue water with one being pulled by a boat
eGFI – For Teachers » Lesson: Design a Parachute
Triple parachute (photo visual aid for middle school lesson plan on building and using parachutes)
an old drawing of some type of parachute
Parachute patent drawing from 1920.
a person is parasailing in the blue sky
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Parachute with visible slits and smaller center hole.
a woman is working in a sewing factory
Connecticut's Pioneer Aerospace Provided Parachute For Mars Curiosity Rover
Pioneer Aerospace Provided Mars Rover Parachute - the making of the 70-foot-diameter supersonic parachute to land the 2.5 billion dollar rover.
a man holding up an american flag made out of orange and white material in a factory
Walt Machalick is a project engineer at Pioneer Aerospace in South Windsor, the creators of the parachute deceleration system for the Mars Curiosity Rover. The U.S. flag was stitched into a similar deceleration chute that was designed for a previous NASA mission.
a woman is working on an orange cloth in a sewing machine and she is looking down at the fabric
Tram Le stitches together parachute components on the shop floor at Pioneer Aeronautics in South Windsor.
an image of a rock wall with a small white object in the middle of it
Curiosity Spotted on Parachute by Orbiter - NASA
HiRISE picture of MSL on the chute (Curiosity landing on Mars), via NASA
an object is shown in the middle of a rocky area with two small objects on it
HiRISE camera catches Curiosity parachute landing -
NASA Curiosity Landing - HiRISE camera catches the parachute landing
an orange and black bag sitting on top of a wooden bench next to a basketball court
DIY Space Parachutes Folding and Packing
DIY Space Parachutes Folding and Packing
a large kite is being flown in the air
Water-rockets science for hobbyist, students, and teachers of all ages.
20 inch parachute, 3 inch hole