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NASA/Ames takes pride in its role, Knight Ridder

"Throughout the decades, the NASA/Ames Research Center has been intertwined with the space shuttle program -- which Wednesday celebrated the 25th anniversary of the day two astronauts blasted off in the Columbia, the first reusable spacecraft."

NASA Ames' New Supercomputer, PC World

"Presently NASAs Columbia supercomputer at Ames is fourth on the Top500 list of supercomputers around the world. The fastest Intel-based machine in the world, Columbia has delivered about 61 teraFLOPS, with its 10,240 processors, according to officials at NASAs Advanced Supercomputing facility (NAS). The new NASA machine is expected to deliver about 250 teraFLOPS. Althoug impressive, it's not record breaking. Already up and working, IBMs Blue Gene/L at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory holds the world record, delivering almost 281 teraFLOPS with its 131,072 processors."

Toxic cleanup complete at NASA/Ames site in Mountain View, SJ mercury News

"Three formerly toxic sites at the NASA/Ames Research Center in Mountain View have been certified as clean, the state Department of Toxic Substances Control said today."

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