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Johanna Lucht, observing data from the Mission Control Center at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in California, received flight communications from an interpreter, seen on Lucht’s monitor, through American Sign Language. Two-way visual communication was established between Lucht and the interpreter, located at NASA’s Langley Research Center in Virginia, for the flight. Interpreting technical terminology often requires cooperation to develop

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Matt Hay describes himself as someone who almost always sees the glass half full. He also thinks of himself as very pragmatic, something he says he learned from his father. Little did he know that those attributes, along with the loving support of his family and friends, would help him weather a journey he never expected to take. It all

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You’re never too old to enjoy better hearing. Just ask Jim DeSapio. He recently got his first pair of hearing instruments at the age of 71 and couldn’t be happier. “I felt bad for my wife, because I had trouble hearing her,” he says. “And the television had to be turned way up, or I couldn’t hear it. I decided

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I’m sure there are people who love summer, fall or winter the most, but I for one am a huge fan of spring. I find all of the seasons a welcome change, but spring for me is special. It’s almost as if the Earth’s batteries have been recharged. The birds have made the long commute north and begin to chirp

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When Jim Schaffer first began coaching football at Nazareth High School, he looked like any other coach watching the game. The assistant Blue Eagles coach consulted with his players, groaned when the quarterback got sacked or the team lost yards, and cheered after every touchdown. But there was one big difference; he ignored the officials to his left when they

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