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Home Goddard technologists are studying different techniques for corralling particles and transporting them via laser light to instruments on rovers and orbiting spacecraft. (Concept image courtesy Dr. Paul Stysley) Goddard technologists are studying different techniques for corralling particles and transporting them via laser light to instruments on rovers and orbiting spacecraft. (Concept image courtesy Dr. Paul Stysley)

Goddard technologists are studying different techniques for corralling particles and transporting them via laser light to instruments on rovers and orbiting spacecraft. (Concept image courtesy Dr. Paul Stysley)

Goddard technologists are studying different techniques for corralling particles and transporting them via laser light to instruments on rovers and orbiting spacecraft. (Concept image courtesy Dr. Paul Stysley)

Goddard technologists are studying different techniques for corralling particles and transporting them via laser light to instruments on rovers and orbiting spacecraft. (Concept image courtesy Dr. Paul Stysley)

Goddard laser experts (from left to right) Barry Coyle, Paul Stysley, and Demetrios Poulios have won NASA funding to study advanced technologies for collecting extraterrestrial particle samples. (Photo Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, Debora McCallum)