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Is There Life on Mars?
August 17, 2018
Here’s what the first Mars program director, Scott Hubbard, has to say about all the recent excitement over the red planet.
Debbie Senesky receives the 2018 Emerging Leader Abie Award
August 10, 2018
The award recognizes high-quality research and positive impacts on diversity.
Building extreme electronics for extreme conditions
July 11, 2018
Aerospace engineer Debbie Senesky is designing next-generation electronic devices that can withstand the outer limits of of outer space.
Two alumnae are “breaking barriers” in space flight and exploration
June 26, 2018
Kathleen Rubins, PhD ’05, and Kendra Short, MS ’92, Aeronautics and Astronautics, discussed the future of NASA as well as their career trajectories at a recent panel discussion.
Aero/Astro professor and GPS expert, Per Enge, dies at 64
April 30, 2018
Enge was best known for his work on the Global Positioning System. He led deployment of two navigation systems in use by millions today.
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