Hannah Marlowe, a 2013 recipient of a NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship, has been working on a gamma-ray burst polarimeter -- a device designed to help scientists analyze the light produced by gamma-ray bursts. Her goal, according to an Iowa Now article, is to one day install the device on a satellite and launch it into orbit in hopes of collecting data to show how light was generated in far-away explosions in space.
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