NASA Office of Logic Design

NASA Office of Logic Design

A scientific study of the problems of digital engineering for space flight systems,
with a view to their practical solution.


rk On The Road

MAPLD International Conferences

K-Labs Summer Students

Flight Programs

Earth Observer-1 (EO-1)

Flight Radiation Experiments

Galileo Attitude Control Electronics

Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter

Magellan Radar

MESSENGER: Mercury Laser Altimeter/Range Measurement Unit

MOLA-II: A Success at Mars

SDO: Solar Dynamics Observatory



Radiation Experiments


Other Images of Interest

SWAS Multi-Chip Memory Module

The Submillimeter Wave Astronomy Satellite (SWAS) program was the third in the NASA Small Explorer series of spacecraft.  The project contracted with Texas Instruments to develop a high-density solid state SRAM-based memory module.

Welcome to the Great Images in NASA library of images.

GRIN is a collection of over a thousand images of significant historical interest scanned at high-resolution in several sizes. This collection is intended for the media, publishers, and the general public looking for high-quality photographs. Please note that downloading these image files may take some time, although searching and browsing should be relatively quick.

NIMA: Historical Imagery Declassification

America's Eyes: What We Are Seeing

The National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) is leading the U.S. Government effort to declassify and release to the public a variety of historical information about our nation's Intelligence Systems through the Historical Imagery Declassification (HID) Program. The HID Program has three goals: promote the spirit of open governance; demonstrate results of taxpayer investment in national security and ensure that researchers from environmentalists to historians have access to useful and unique sources of information.

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