aerospace physics and space sciences

Student Creates Site to Help Track Rocket Launches, Cosmic Happenings

It’s called Universe Launches, and you will find schedules for not just rocket launches, but flybys, lunar and solar eclipses and more.

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Artemis 1 Launch Starts New Lunar Exploration and Research

Florida Tech's Paula do Vale Pereira and Don Platt spoke about the Artemis mission fresh off its launch.

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New Florida Tech Lab Studies Novel Space Debris Research

Florida Tech recently won a $250,000 U.S. Space Force contract to support the debris-cleanup project known as Orbital Prime.

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Mike Moses On the Transformational Power of Space Tourism

At the space launch company Virgin Galactic since 2011, he is witnessing and helping to shape the nascent space tourism industry.

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Student Chosen for Frontier Development Lab Challenge

Ph.D. candidate Megan Mark joined graduate students from around the world to tackle challenges that involve artificial intelligence.

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Hurricane Ian Offered Powerful Opportunities for Data Gathering

With NIST grant support, engineering and meteorology teams deployed dozens of sensors and multiple pieces of equipment as Ian approached.

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The Flight Potential to Planet 9

A new study by Manasvi Lingam investigates how we could reach the often-discussed planet.

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Virgin Galactic’s Mike Moses to Headline Smith Distinguished Lecture Sept. 22

The Florida Tech alumnus will present, "Expanding Influence of Private Commercial Spaceflight" at the free event.

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Student Participates in Caltech Space Challenge

Trupti Mahendrakar, a Ph.D. student in aerospace engineering, was one of just 32 students from around the world selected for the 5-day event.

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Florida Tech Recognized in New ‘Degrees of the Future’ Ranking

The new ranking recognizing universities that prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow includes Florida Tech in Aerospace/Astronautics.

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