In this issue: Brain analysis, AI agent, Long Range Discrimination Radar
The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory Newsletter • August 09, 2022
Europa Clipper Team Marks a Month of Major Milestones
In June, the Lab’s Europa Clipper team delivered two science instruments and a radiation sensor to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, marking APL’s latest significant contributions to NASA’s historic mission to explore Jupiter’s icy moon Europa.
Revolutionizing the Art of Strike and Air Combat
The development of capabilities that address near-peer adversaries requires deliberate and strategic investment in technology solutions. This issue of our unclassified technical journal focuses on innovative and maturing capabilities associated with four strategic vectors: Continuous Universal Targeting, Control Red Perception, Air Dominance, and Resilient Time-Critical Strike.
APL-Founded Maryland MESA Celebrates 45 Years of STEM Outreach
Maryland MESA, APL’s flagship STEM outreach program, was founded in 1976 with just two schools in Baltimore City. More than four decades later, the program is thriving — reaching thousands of students in more than 100 schools in eight districts across the state.
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