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Marshall Deputy Director Joseph Pelfrey talks about future center strategy during the Feb. 1 all-hands meeting.

Media Contacts and Resources

Media Members who wish to visit NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, to cover events or conduct interviews must notify the newsroom and/or the News Chief in the Marshall Office of Communications. All reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate requests and deadlines.

Contact Us

Marshall Office of Communications
Newsroom: 256-544-0034
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Central

For Interviews concerning Marshall Space Flight Center, please contact the News Chief, Lance. D. Davis.

For Interviews concerning Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, Louisiana, please contact the Strategic Communications Lead, Craig Betbeze.

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MSFC Office of Communications
P.O. Box CS80, MSFC, Redstone Arsenal
Huntsville, AL 35812

Members of the Public
Public Engagement: 256-961-3180

Marshall Space Flight Center

Driving Directions

To enter the Redstone Arsenal Gate 9 Visitor Center from Huntsville International Airport: Follow signs along Houston Goodson Way / Glenn Hearn Blvd to I-565 East. At Exit 14, turn right onto ramp (AL-255 / Rideout Rd / Gate 9) and follow the Gate 9 Visitor Center signs. A Marshall visitor without a badge and decal must stop at the Visitor Center.

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Pictured at sunset is Marshall Space Flight Center’s Propulsion R&D Lab, Building 4205.

Film and Photo Guidelines

Entertainment, Documentary and Commercial TV Requests

All entertainment, documentary and commercial television productions must obtain approval for access to NASA facilities and personnel. All requests must be reviewed and approved by Bert Ulrich in the Public Services Division at NASA Headquarters in Washington. Please email your request describing the production and intended use of interviews, and any video to be filmed at Marshall, to

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An enormous swirling vortex of hot gas glows with infrared light, marking the approximate location of the supermassive black hole at the heart of our Milky Way galaxy.