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USRA IRAD FY21 Award
November 6, 2020
USRA IRAD FY21 Award

Dr. Corinne Fletcher (PI) and Dr. Adam Goldstein (Co-I) were awarded an FY21 USRA IRAD to provide publicly available standardized toolkit for determining and improving the location of gamma-ray transients on the sky using multiple instruments in various orbits.

Virtual NASA ARSET Training
October 30, 2020
Virtual NASA ARSET Training

Dr. Pawan Gupta, along with others on the NASA ARSET team, recently completed an advanced online training titled MODIS to VIIRS Transition for Air Quality Applications

Virtual Air Quality Training for the Thai Pollution Control Department
October 30, 2020
Virtual Air Quality Training for the Thai Pollution Control Dept.

Pawan Gupta (USRA/MSFC) delivered a virtual training in August 2020 to the Thai Pollution Control Department (PCD) and Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Agency (GISTDA) on Satellite Remote Sensing for Air Quality Monitoring and Forecasting.

MoonBEAM selected for Concept Study
May 15, 2020
MoonBEAM selected for Concept Study

MoonBEAM selected for a 12-month concept study through the Astrophysics Science SmallSat Studies Call (AS3). 

August 1, 2020
STI Telework

Marshall Space Flight Center is currently at a Stage 3 response to COVID-19 which requires mandatory telework.  

Pollution Levels in Northern India
April 21, 2020
Pollution Levels in Northern India

Analysis of MODIS data shows how aerosol levels in Northern India are decreasing during the country’s COVID-19 lockdown.

ESCAPE Mission Study
April 6, 2020
ESCAPE Mission Study

ESCAPE Mission selected by NASA Astrophysics for a 9-month Phase A study.

LEAP Astrophysics Mission Study
March 16, 2020
LEAP Mission Study

LEAP is one of four NASA Astrophysics proposals selected for a 9-month mission study.

Solar Parker Probe First Results
December 2, 2019
Solar Parker Probe First Results
Solar Parker Probe awarded NASA Silver Achievement Medal
November 4, 2019
Solar Parker Probe awarded NASA Silver Achievement Medal

Parker Solar Probe was awarded a NASA Silver Achievement Medal in November 2019.  Dr. Ken Wright is part of the Solar Wind Electrons Protons and Alphas (SWEAP) instrument team.  Congratulations to the entire team!