The new road signs are officially revealed to mark the 50th anniversary of the NASA Deep Space Network, and Australia’s involvement through the CSIRO. (L-r) John Berry (US Ambassador to Australia), Dr Megan Clark, Dr Charles Elachi (Director of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory), Dr Ed Kruzins (CDSCC Director) and Charles Bolden (NASA Administrator)

The Road to Space - Celebrating the DSN's 50th Anniversary
The Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex was the focus of attention as the celebrations began for the 50th anniversary of NASA's Deep Space Network...>>
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