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1997 Science Stories - Highlights of NASA/Marshall Science Research for the year

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Science Stories for 1997

Yearly Highlights of NASA/Marshall Science

understanding global warming; biotechnology, first optical image of GRB; Mayan archaology;  Einstein frame-dragging confirmed

Each year, Marshall Science takes us closer to finding answers to fundamental scientific questions. From Earth's global water cycle and global warming, to the aurora, the Sun, enigmatic (and, we now know - cosmological) gamma-ray bursts - from what destroyed Mayan culture to making better medicines and improving manufacturing processes on Earth - Space Sciences research at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center is fascinating. Here we present the highlights of our research for 1997:

1997 Highlights
Physics and
Astronomy
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Archived 1997 Headlines


| research | earth science | sun/earth | astronomy | space processing |

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Author/Curator: Bryan Walls
NASA Official: John M. Horack

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