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Centennial, Colorado. December 17, 2004. Stay-at-home rocket scientist Laura Ellen Dafoe with her kids, Sarah Dafoe, 7.left, Abby Dafoe, 5, center, and Joy Dafoe, 9, in her home office (A photo of Titan, one of Saturn's moons, is on the computer). Her 14 years of work on NASA's Cassini spacecraft are about to pay off. While working at Lockheed Martin, she helped design and build a camera that will parachute to the surface of Saturn's enigmatic moon Titan next month on Cassini's Huygens probe. She's a mother of 3 girls and telecommutes from her home in Centennial. She's employed by the University of Arizona, which led the effort to build the Descent Imager/Spectral Radiometer on the Huygens probe. (photo by ELLEN JASKOL/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS).

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