Marshall develops and manages space exploration vehicles and hardware to explore beyond low Earth orbit.
Marshall develops, builds, and manages spacecraft and instruments, and performs research that enables scientific discovery in space and benefits life on Earth.
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Engineers have installed J-2X engine E10002 in the A-1 test stand at Stennis Space Center -- the first full engine installed in almost a decade.› Read More | › Test Photo #2
Welcome to the Marshall Center! Learn more about Marshall's vital roles in America's space program.› Director's Welcome
A fascinating look at the complex, challenging work at Marshall, and how its talented, dedicated team is supporting NASA's goals.› Read More (PDF)
Visit our newest website where we will highlight the most recent developments and activities around the center.› Read More
An overview of Marshall Space Flight Center's key areas of support, outreach initiatives, spinoffs and visitor information.› Read More (PDF, 1 MB)
Marshall Space Flight Center is a key contributor to significant NASA programs, continuing a legacy of accomplishment.› Fact Sheet (PDF, 175 KB)
Marshall plays a key role in the economic success of Alabama.› Read Now