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The Mars Science Laboratory Entry, Descent, and Landing Instrument (MEDLI) Suite is a set of engineering sensors designed to measure the atmospheric conditions and performance of the MSL heatshield during entry and descent at Mars. While not part of the core MSL scientific payload, it will provide important information for the design of entry systems for future planetary missions. The instrument suite was designed and developed by NASA Langley Research Center, in partnership with NASA Ames Research Center. Release date: 20 November 2012 NASA X MEDLI - Curiosity Mission Jennifer Pulley -- host Dr. Neil Cheatwood -- NASA LaRC Michelle Munk -- NASA LaRC Alan Little -- NASA LaRC Dr. Deepak Bose -- NASA ARC Ed Martinez -- NASA ARC Jeff Herath -- NASA LaRC Chris Kuhl -- NASA LaRC Website: