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Introduction

The Microgravity Research Program is part of the NASA's Office of Biological and Physical Research (OBPR). The Microgravity Research Program is leading the nation in furthering the development of the space frontier by investigating the physical, chemical, and biological effects of the microgravity environment of space. Microgravity research is a natural extension of traditional Earth-based laboratory science, in which experiments performed benefit from the stable, long-duration microgravity environment.

 

Vision

We are recognized as a leader in inspiring and achieving world-renowned advancements in fluid physics using the unique attributes of the space environment.

 

Our Mission

To facilitate and conduct the best possible fluid physics research using the space environment, make this knowledge available to the scientific community and the public at large, and promote its application to space exploration and improvement of processes and products on Earth.

 

 


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