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Opportunities at Marshall Space Flight Center are rich and varied, ranging from working with the propulsion and launch industry, to involvement with science and discovery missions, to technology development.

The Space Launch System (SLS) liquid hydrogen tank structural test article is loaded into Test Stand 4693 at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, on Jan. 14, 2019. The 149-foot piece of test hardware is the largest piece of structural hardware for the SLS core stage for America’s new deep space rocket Itis structurally identical to the flight version of the tank. It will undergo a series of tests in Test Stand 4693 to simulate the stresses and loads of liftoff and flight. These tests will help ensure designs are adequate for successful SLS missions to the Moon and beyond.

Marshall Space Flight Center

Marshall’s business development and opportunity management organization actively identifies, captures, and pursues new work for the center in the areas of propulsion, space transportation and launch vehicles, space systems, and scientific research.

Focus Areas and Capabilities

Marshall has forged solid connections with innovative companies, laboratories, and academic institutes across the country and around the world. We enjoy responsive, mutually beneficial relationships with organizations in a broad range of scientific and technological fields.  To support our mission, we are seeking to team with industry and other government agencies to ascertain areas of shared interests in product development and/or application. Briefing us on your capabilities will help us understand who you are, what you do and what products you offer that would be of mutual benefit. If you have a complementary area of technology or research to support Marshall’s missions and core capabilities, we look forward to hearing from you.

An image of base camp on the moon.

Habitation Systems

Marshall Space Flight Center develops next generation habitation systems to make living and working in space and on planetary bodies possible.  

Lander Systems

Marshall Space Flight Center leads the systems needed to safely land on the Moon, Mars, and beyond.  


Advanced Space Transportation Systems

Marshall Space Flight Center enables rapid, efficient space transportation in cislunar space and beyond.  

Moon/Mars Surface Technologies and Systems

Marshall Space Flight Center builds innovative solutions through technology development demonstrations and risk reduction activities to enable humans to live and work on the moon and Mars. 

The Payload Operations Integration Center at Marshall manages science operations aboard the International Space Station.

In-space/Surface Payload and Mission Operations

Marshall Space Flight Center is the leader in conducting end-to-end mission operations for science payloads in low Earth orbit, in cislunar space, on the lunar surface and beyond. 

Composite images of the Cas A supernova remnant that looks like a spherical cloud resembles a hazy ball of turquoise and neon blue lightning, marbled with veins of gold.


Marshall Space Flight Center advances ground-breaking scientific discoveries that improve our understanding of Earth, the solar system, and the universe, while enabling the next generation of human exploration missions through developmental research.  

Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion Spacecraft rollout at Kennedy Space Center

Space Launch System

Marshall Space Flight Center manages the Space Launch System, an integrated super heavy lift launch platform enabling a new era of science and human exploration beyond Earth orbit. 

Marshall Capabilities

Companies, academic institutions, state and other federal agencies can use NASA resources to support their needs and initiatives that align with NASA’s mission. Marshall provides broad technical expertise and consolidated cross-cutting capabilities to affordably, efficiently support the needs of the Agency, our government and commercial partners, and the nation.

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Ball Aerospace lead optical test engineer Dave Chaney inspects six primary mirror segments, critical elements of the James Webb Space Telescope, prior to cryogenic testing in the X-ray & Cryogenic Facility at Marshall Space Flight Center

America's Rocket Factory

Michoud Assembly Facility

Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans is a world-class manufacturing facility, one of the largest in the world at 829-total acres, providing vital support to NASA exploration and discovery.

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The outside of of NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans with an American flag on the left side of the photo.
NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans is an 832-acre site managed for NASA by the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.

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Small Business Initiatives

Marshall small business resources and procurement information.

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Dr. Manil Maskey, a data scientist at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, is seen here with the international Earth Observing Dashboard.

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MSFC Partnerships Office
Reginald Alexander

MSFC Technology Transfer Office
Terry Taylor

MSFC Small Business Office
David Brock