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JPL Scientists Discuss Past, Present, Future Of Space Exploration

There are more than 400 Jet Propulsion Lab employees — 440 to be precise — living in the Santa Clarita Valley. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. These scientists, engineers and technicians from the SCV help further our understanding of science, technology and our universe with missions that look at questions such as whether Mars ...

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Santa Clarita Man Discusses 52 Years With NASA, JPL

Tom Gavin discusses space exploration and the history of JPL

Ed. Note: KHTS AM-1220 recently learned more than 400 Jet Propulsion Lab employees — 440 to be precise — live in the Santa Clarita Valley. These scientists, engineers and technicians from the SCV help further our understanding of science, technology and our universe with missions that look at questions such as whether Mars could have ever sustained small life forms. Over ...

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Santa Clarita Resident Discusses Work At NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab

Santa Clarita Resident Discusses Work At NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab

Ed. Note: KHTS AM-1220 recently learned more than 400 Jet Propulsion Lab employees — 440 to be precise — live in the Santa Clarita Valley. These scientists, engineers and technicians from the SCV help further our understanding of science, technology and our universe with missions that look at questions such as whether Mars could have ever sustained small life forms. ...

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A Santa Clarita Connection At NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab

A Santa Clarita Connection At NASA Jet Propulsion Lab

Ed. Note: KHTS AM-1220 recently learned more than 400 Jet Propulsion Lab employees — 440 to be precise — live in the Santa Clarita Valley. These scientists, engineers and technicians from the SCV help further our understanding of science, technology and our universe with missions that look at questions such as whether Mars could have ever sustained small life forms. Over ...

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College Of The Canyons Student Accepted Into NASA Program

College Of The Canyons Student Accepted Into NASA Program

Gaby Mendoza, from Ecuador, started at College of the Canyons campus for the first time three years ago with a lack of direction and no social circle to latch onto. Those circumstances were only temporary — as with her acceptance to NASA’s National Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) program in August, Mendoza confirmed her transformation from awkward newcomer to role ...

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Canyon Country Man On Time’s 100 Most Influential People List

Canyon Country Man On Time's 100 Most Influential People List

Canyon Country Man On Time’s 100 Most Influential People List Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Canyon Country resident Richard Cook is one of the 100 most influential people in the world according to TIME magazine, which released its 2013 list Thursday. Cook, 47, shares the honor with his 67 year-old teammate ...

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