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Detector Development Lab

Detector Development Laboratory

The Detector Development Laboratory (DDL) at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland is a 24,000 square foot, highly advanced semiconductor fabrication facility, which is available for commercial contract for research and development projects. The DDL houses a class 10 cleanroom of 4,000 sq. ft. and 3,700 sq. ft. of class 10,000 process equipment service area.

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Goddard’s Detector Development Laboratory has all of the semiconductor processing equipment required to fabricate high-quality microelectronic devices.

Environmental Integration and Testing Facility

Environmental Integration and Testing Facility

Goddard’s Environmental Integration and Testing Facility has the technology, instrumentation, and expertise needed for testing spacecraft, instruments, and components. The facility is available for commercial and academic use.

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Goddard’s Environmental Integration and Testing Facility has the technology, instrumentation, and expertise needed for testing spacecraft, instruments, and components.

Heat-Treating Furnace

Heat-Treating Furnace

Goddard’s vacuum brazing furnace can be used to join materials that are similar or dissimilar, such as copper to stainless steel, ceramic to metal, or carbon to metal. Joining such materials is useful for various applications, including instrument making. The facility is available for commercial and academic use.

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Goddard’s Heat-Treating Furnace is ideal for joining various metals and ceramics.

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