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The Marshall Star for February 28, 2024

NASA Tech Contributes to Soft Moon Landing For the first time in more than 50 years, new NASA science instruments…

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NASA, SpaceX Test Starship Lunar Lander Docking System

As part of NASA’s Artemis campaign that will establish the foundation for long-term scientific exploration at the Moon, crew will…

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Listen to the Universe: New NASA Sonifications and Documentary

Three new sonifications of images from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and other telescopes have been released in conjunction with a…

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Former Student Launch Competitor Turns Experience into NASA Engineering Career

By Jessica Barnett Sometimes, all it takes is a few years and the right people to completely change a person’s…

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I Am Artemis: Josh Whitehead

Launching a rocket to the Moon takes perseverance and diligence. Josh Whitehead – a world-class engineer, race-winning long-distance runner, and…

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NASA’s Planetary Protection Team Conducts Vital Research for Deep Space Missions

By Celine Smith As NASA continues its exploration of the solar system, including future crewed missions to Mars, experts in…

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NASA to Continue Testing for New Artemis Moon Rocket Engines

NASA will conduct an RS-25 hot fire Friday, Feb. 23, moving one step closer to production of new engines that…

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The Marshall Star for February 21, 2024

Marshall Center Director Holds First Media Event By Jessica Barnett NASA Marshall Space Flight Center’s newest center director, Joseph Pelfrey,…

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Stellar Beads on a String

Astronomers have discovered one of the most powerful eruptions from a black hole ever recorded in the system known as SDSS J1531+3414…

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Artemis II Mission Manager Matthew Ramsey

Matthew Ramsey is keenly aware of the responsibility he shoulders to ensure the agency’s missions to the Moon are safe…

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Rocket Propellant Tanks for NASA’s Artemis III Mission Take Shape

As NASA works to develop all the systems needed to return astronauts to the Moon under its Artemis campaign for…

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Teams Add Iconic NASA ‘Worm’ Logo to Artemis II Rocket, Spacecraft

Art and science merge as teams add the NASA “worm” logo on the SLS (Space Launch System) solid rocket boosters…

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NASA Artemis Science, First Intuitive Machines Flight Head to Moon

A suite of NASA science instruments and technology demonstrations is on the way to our nearest celestial neighbor for the…

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The Marshall Star for February 14, 2024

Marshall Chief Scientist Provides Valuable Insight into NASA Moonquake Study By Jonathan Deal The Moon holds clues to the evolution…

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NASA Solar Sail Technology Passes Crucial Deployment Test

By Wayne Smith In his youth, NASA technologist Les Johnson was riveted by the 1974 novel “The Mote in God’s…

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NASA Marshall Invites Media to Meet New Center Director

NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center will host a media day at 9 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 15, in the first-floor…

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Rahul Ramachandran Essay Published on NASA’s EarthData

January 29, 2024 / Earth Science Rahul Ramachandran (ST11) wrote his American Geophysical Union (AGU)  Leptoukh lecture as an essay titled “From…

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Telescopes Show the Milky Way’s Black Hole is Ready for a Kick

This artist’s illustration depicts the findings of a new study about the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy called…

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