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A map of the United States with areas colored on a scale from yellow to dark red, indicating drought severity.
Climate modeling / impact prediction / adaptation
We are developing a neural network using data derived from satellite measurements of temperature and humidity to improve drought monitoring and forecasting.
An illustration of data being sent across a laser from a small satellite to a ground station on Earth.
laser communications
The laser communications payload has delivered terabytes of data from a satellite to Earth at record-breaking rates that will transform future science missions.
A rendition of a communications payload on its spacecraft host, with laser links over the Earth connecting Hawaii and California.
laser communications
Optical communications technologies decades in the making at Lincoln Laboratory were transferred to NASA for its first two-way laser relay communications system.
Imagery from the GOES-16 Advanced Baseline Imager
environmental monitoring
The Laboratory's long-term collaboration with NOAA and NASA on environmental monitoring satellites has led to revolutionized weather imagery and products and improved detection for space and solar phenomena.
TESS's cameras, which will monitor planets passing in front of stars, were designed and built by Lincoln Laboratory engineers. Illustration: Chester Beals
A new planet hunter will spend the next two years searching for exoplanets, including those that could support life.
This illustration shows OSIRIS-REx contacting the asteroid Bennu. Aboard OSIRIS-REx is the REXIS instrument, for which the Laboratory developed CCDs that will image X-rays emitting from Bennu's surface. Illustration: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
advanced imaging
Our CCDs will image X-rays emitting from elements on the surface of the asteroid Bennu.

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