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NASA ADMINISTRATOR CHARLES BOLDEN AT THE JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE MODEL DISPLAY AT THE MARYLAND SCIENCE CENTER IN BALTIMORE, MD

NASA ADMINISTRATOR CHARLES BOLDEN AT THE JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE MODEL DISPLAY AT THE MARYLAND SCIENCE CENTER IN BALTIMORE, MD

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Description: NASA ADMINISTRATOR CHARLES BOLDEN TALKS TO THE MEDIA AND GUESTS AT THE MD SCIENCE CENTER IN BALTIMORE ABOUT THE JAMES WEB SPACE TELESCOPE (JWST) AND TOURS A FULL SIZE MODEL OF THE JWST.

Photographer: PAT IZZO

Date: 10/14/2011

Job Number: 2012-00072-0

Preservation Copy: .tif
2011

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2006 - 2011
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