Interested in working on a NASA project? Attend the Space Sciences Project Orientation tomorrow
The Carthage Space Sciences Program supports several NASA and commercially-funded opportunities for students to get involved in space technology demonstration. Students currently majoring in engineering, physics, computer science, or chemistry and who are interested in getting involved in one or more NASA projects can attend a summary of our plans for the year at a brief presentation from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14, in room 96 of the David A. Straz Jr. Center.
Learn about our Modal Propellant Gauging (MPG) project on the International Space Station, the Propellant Refueling and On-orbit Transfer Operations (PROTO) experiment, a new project called MUD, our CANOP CubeSat project, MagnetoActive Slosh Control (MaSC), and a new project in partnership with a major aircraft manufacturer.
SPONSORING DEPARTMENT, OFFICE, OR ORGANIZATION:
NASA Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium, Space Sciences Program
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
Kevin Crosby, email@example.com