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July 13, 2010
Dramatic imagery from NASA Mars missions creates new user experiences in the Microsoft Research WorldWide Telescope.
Microsoft PressPass editors present their selection of the most interesting stories they published over the past year about Microsoft people and technologies.
Exciting new images of the moon and Mars from NASA’s orbiting observatories will enable users of all ages to explore the universe through the Microsoft WorldWide Telescope.
Since its public beta release in May 2008, WorldWide Telescope has garnered rave reviews in the press, support from educators and scientists across the globe, two award nominations, and nearly 2 million regular users.
Developers get new tools and a glimpse into future of robotics, Surface, other Microsoft innovations designed to address societal issues and change the computing experience.
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