A large antenna operated at Deep Space Station 41 in Australia
This 26 meter (85 foot) antenna operated in Woomera (Island Lagoon), Australia at Deep Space Station (DSS) 41, established in August 1960. The Island Lagoon site was the first deep space station to be established outside the United States and the first Australian antenna NASA built. The station was operated by the Australian Department of Supply and helped support the Ranger and early Mariner missions, as well as communications from the Deep Space Network (DSN) complex in Goldstone, California via a moon bounce. Woomeraas antenna ceased operations in 1972.
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UAE , Dubai,
Curved glass facade of National Bank of Dubai building with Etisalat tower behind
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Fly head, colored scanning electron micrograph
Fly head, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Close-up of the head of a fly, showing its short antennae (upper centre), which are seen between its compound eyes (brown). Magnification: x80 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
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