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240607-N-CZ309-1304.JPG Photo By: Sarah Peterson

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory Compact Coronagraph (CCOR) team holds a model of the CCOR 2 instrument in Washington, D.C. June 7, 2024. After the launch scheduled in June, the CCOR 2 will capture images of the solar coronal environment to help researchers predict space weather and prevent disruptions in space communication. The CCOR team of federal employees demonstrated the extraordinary achievement of designing and building the CCOR instrument and preparing it for launch. The groundbreaking design of CCOR achieves the performance of a much larger scientific instrument in a very small volume. (U.S. Navy photo by Sarah Peterson)


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