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Dr. Murzy Jhabvala, Chief Engineer of the Instrument Systems and Technology Division

Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD Dr. Murzy JhabvalaVisible light is only one narrow band of the electromagnetic spectrum, and doesn't always tell scientists what they need to know. Infrared, which is outside the range of human eyesight, has for years been used to delve out mysteries of distant stars or to allow users to see in the dark. NASA scientists have now improved the Quantum Well Infrared Photodetector (QWIP) array infrared technology to gain more detail than ever before. NASA engineer Dr. Murzy Jhabvala led the project.

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