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The Marshall Star

The Marshall Star is published online every Wednesday by the Office of Communications at the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. 

NASA astronaut Josh Cassada and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Director Joseph Pelfrey lead students from area schools across the Louisiana State Capitol grounds to attend a series of panel discussions as part of Louisiana Space Day 2024.

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The Marshall Star

May 22, 2024 Edition

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Tom Inman, lead organizer of the jamboree and assistant director of Marshall’s Science and Technology Office, greets attendees of the 2024 Science, Technology, and Engineering Jamboree and Poster Expo.
Tom Inman, lead organizer of the jamboree and assistant director of Marshall’s Science and Technology Office, greets attendees of the 2024 Science, Technology, and Engineering Jamboree and Poster Expo.

2023 Michoud Assembly Facility Year-In-Review

March 8, 2024

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This photo shows how technicians at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans install the RS-25 engines onto the core stage for the agency’s SLS (Space Launch System) rocket that will help power NASA’s first crewed Artemis mission to the Moon.

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For other past editions for The Marshall Star, please email the editor.

Marshall Space Flight Center, AL 35812

Phone: 256-544-0030

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Manager: Marty Schaeffer
Editor: Wayne Smith

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