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Marshall Space Flight Center headquarters building

Engineers and scientists at the Marshall Space Flight Center use state-of-the-art equipment and facilities to accomplish our goal of leading the world in space transportation and microgravity research. + Large (978 x 710, 300 ppi)
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Engineers and scientists at the Marshall Space Flight Center use state-of-the-art equipment and facilities to accomplish our goal of leading the world in space transportation and microgravity research. On a day-to-day basis, Center employees work in such areas as advanced materials processing, biotechnology, global hydrology and climate studies, astrophysics, and payload utilization for the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station.

The workforce at Marshall Space Flight Center is a combination of seasoned veterans and dedicated young professionals. Engineers and scientists make up two-thirds of the Center's employees. Seventy-five per cent of these employees are college graduates, with many holding advanced degrees. + Large (1000 x 1358, 300 ppi)
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The workforce at Marshall Space Flight Center is a combination of seasoned veterans and dedicated young professionals. Engineers and scientists make up two-thirds of the Center's employees. Seventy-five per cent of these employees are college graduates, with many holding advanced degrees.

An optics technician at the Marshall Center is framed by apparatus for testing a prototype nickel-plated mirror. + Large (990 x 992, 300 ppi)
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A pool of talented, highly educated, dedicated employees is at the heart of the Marshall Space Flight Center and is what makes it a world-class institution. Here, an optics technician at the Marshall Center is framed by apparatus for testing a prototype nickel-plated mirror fabricated at Marshall and intended for studying emissions of x-ray energy from distant astronomical objects.