NASA has selected two proposals to demonstrate technologies to improve science observations in deep space. The proposals could help NASA develop better models to predict space weather events that can affect astronauts and spacecraft, such as coronal mass ejections (CMEs). In this image, taken by the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory on Feb. 27, 2000, a CME is seen erupting from the Sun, which is hidden by the disk in the middle, so the fainter material around it can be seen. Credits: ESA/NASA/SOHO

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Jeff Blackstock, winner of the 2019 Michael G. Simodejka Outstanding Sustainment/Logistics Manager of the Year award (center), is pictured with Pat Simodejka, wife of the late Michael Simodejka (left), and Tom Rudowsky. (NAVAIR News)

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