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Welcome to Marshall!

The Marshall Center's 4200 administrative complex on Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville. Welcome to the Marshall Center! Learn more about Marshall's vital roles in America's space program.

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Marshall Pocket Guide

Marshall Pocket Guide cover graphic A fascinating look at the complex, challenging work at Marshall, and how its talented, dedicated team is supporting NASA's goals.

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Capabilities & Services

Marshall Space Flight Center Core Capabilities and Services Marshall brings vital resources to NASA and the nation for solving unique challenges of space exploration. Equipped with superior experience, critical skills and unique facilities.

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Marshall Information Sheet

Marshall Information Sheet graphic An overview of Marshall Space Flight Center's key areas of support, outreach initiatives, spinoffs and visitor information.

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Marshall Facts

Hubble Directly Observes a Planet Orbiting Another Star Marshall Space Flight Center is a key contributor to significant NASA programs, continuing a legacy of accomplishment.

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Latest Science and Technology News

SERVIR's ISERV Camera Image of Huntsville, Ala.

The ISS SERVIR Environmental Research and Visualization System or ISERV, a camera aboard the International Space Station captures an image of her hometown. ISERV was designed and built at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.

The ISS SERVIR Environmental Research and Visualization System or ISERV, aboard the International Space Station, captures an image of her hometown.

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Kouveliotou Selected for National Academy of Science

Dr. Chryssa Kouveliotou

Marshall astrophysicist recognized for her distinguished and continuing achievement in original scientific research.

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Marshall Manages SERVIR

New ISS Eyes See Rio San Pablo from the ISERV camera aboard ISS

New International Space Station (ISS) ‘eyes’ see Rio San Pablo in first image from the new ISERV camera system aboard the ISS.

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NASA Awards Final SLS Advanced Booster Contract

An expanded view of an artist rendering of the 130 metric ton configuration of the NASA Space Launch System

NASA has awarded Aerojet a contract for future advanced boosters for the agency’s Space Launch System.

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Marshall Manages SERVIR

SERVIR brochure

SERVIR is a global network of regional partners dedicated to environmental management through the use of Earth observations and geospatial technologies.

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Marshall Made It Possible to See Into the Sun’s Corona

The Hi C instrument on the integration table at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.

Marshall optics engineering expertise is allowing solar scientists to see into the sun’s corona in great detail.

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Marshall Receives Largest Composite Tank For Testing

A composite propellant tank arrived on Nov. 20, 2012 at the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.

The composite tank will have the potential to significantly reduce the cost and weight for heavy-lift launch vehicles and for other future in-space missions.

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SERVIR Dedicated to Environmental Management

The ISERV camera, once on the space station, will be positioned to look through Destiny's Earth-facing window. ISERV will receive commands from Earth and acquire image data of specific areas on the Earth the next time the station passes over the region.

SEVIR is a global network of regional partners dedicated to environmental management through the use of Earth observations and geospatial technologies.

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Science Research Office 2012 Capabilities Report

Science Research Office 2012 Capabilities Report

Marshall Space Flight Center’s primary science organization, the Science Research Office, has published its 2012 Capabilities Report.

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MSFC Developing Innovative Flight Navigation Technology

Marshall physicist Dr. David Smith is leading the development of advanced gyroscopes.

Dr. David Smith is leading a team of researchers on a new NASA project that could dramatically improve in-flight navigation.

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