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Earth Science Branch

2nd Deployment of the Investigation of Microphysics and Precipitation for Atlantic Threatening Snowstorms Field Campaign Completed

Marshall Earth Scientists Interviewed about the August 2020 Derecho and Satellite Remote Sensing Platforms

SERVIR-Mekong Provides Training for Landslide Monitoring and Forecasting

Astrophysics Branch

A Collapsed Star has Generated a Beam of Matter and Antimatter Trillions of Miles Long

The Advanced Neutron Spectrometer on the ISS has Completed Neutron Measurements and Updated the Exposure Log Record

Chandra: The Unfolding Story of Kilonova Told in X-rays

The binary neutron-star (BNS) merger GW170817 is the first celestial object from which
both gravitational waves (GWs) and light have been detected, enabling critical insight on
the pre-merger (GWs) and post-merger (light) physical properties of these phenomena.
ESCAPE instrument

Heliophysics and Planetary Science Branch

Marshall Scientists Contribute "Science of the Moon" Chapter for the Book, Handbook of Lunar Base Design and Development

"Extreme-ultravoilet Characterization for Atmospheric Physics and Evolution Mission: Motivation and Overview" Pulbished

Marshall Scientists Participate in the Heliophysics 2050 Workshop and Annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

Science Projects Branch

Chandra Presentation for STEM Human Exploration and Space Launch Initiative Artemis Student Challenge

"Create Your Own Homunculus Nebula with Chandra and Hubble" Featured in NASA STEM Newsletter


Science Test Branch

Marshall's X-Ray and Cryogenic Facility Gearing Up for ATHENA

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