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Electrostatics and Surface Physics Laboratory

The Electrostatics and Surface Physics Laboratory at the NASA Kennedy Space Center is dedicated to investigations in electrostatics and surface physics problems with applications for space flight and planetary exploration. The laboratory is currently carrying out electrostatic analyses and materials characterization to assist in the detection, mitigation, and prevention of electrostatic charge generation on space flight hardware and ground support equipment. The laboratory is also involved in dust mitigation efforts for Lunar and Martian exploration.


As part of Swamp Works, the Electrostatics and Surface Physics Laboratory can provide concepts, designs, technology development, technology demonstration, testing, and knowledge in support of development of surface systems.

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