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August 5, 2022
Glowbug: A Technology Demonstration for Multi-messenger Astrophysics

Universities Space Research Association (USRA) scientists at the Science and Technology Institute (STI) in Huntsville, Alabama, are developing, testing, and running the science operations center for Glowbug, a gamma-ray burst (GRB) detector slated for delivery to the International Space Station in 2023.

Glowbug: A Technology Demonstration for Multi-messenger Astrophysics
August 3, 2022
3D Study of "Gigantic Jet" Provides New Insights into Upward Lightning Bursts

A detailed 3D study of a massive electrical discharge that rose 50 miles into space above an Oklahoma thunderstorm has provided new information about an elusive atmospheric phenomenon known as gigantic jets.

3D Study of "Gigantic Jet" Provides New Insights into Upward Lightning Bursts
July 12, 2022
USRA Scientists Support NASA's SERVIR Program

USRA Software engineers are supporting NASA's SERVIR Program mission by helping developing countries use information provided by Earth observing satellites and geospatial technologies to address challenges in critical issues like food security, water resources, weather, climate, land use, and disasters.

USRA Scientists Support NASA's SERVIR Program
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