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NASA is returning to the Moon by 2020 as a stepping stone for the human exploration of Mars. Human space exploration will no longer be viewed as a set of isolated missions, but rather as an integrated supply chain in space. As part of ...
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Part 1 of a MSRP 2008 graduate application panel consisting of:Paula Hammond - Bayer Professor of Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical EngineeringDava Newman - Professor, MacVicar Faculty Fellow, Director TPP, Department of Aero...
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Part 2 of MSRP 2008 a graduate application panel consisting of:Paula Hammond - Bayer Professor of Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical EngineeringDava Newman - Professor, MacVicar Faculty Fellow, Director TPP, Department of Aero...
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In a surprise appearance at the conclusion of the 2012 Brass Rat unveiling, MIT alumni and astronaut TJ Creamer offered his congratulations and thoughts on the Brass Rat in a pre-recorded downlink from the International Space Station.
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On February 12, 2010, the MIT 2012 Class Ring (aka "Brass Rat") was unveiled in a special presentation at Kresge Auditorium. The high point of the presentation was a surprise pre-recorded video, sent from MIT alum astronaut TJ Creamer ab...
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Former Shuttle astronaut Jeff Hoffman, now an MIT AeroAstro professor, offers a tribute to fellow astronaut and MIT alum Ron McNair who, along with his crew mates, in the Challenger disaster on January 28, 1986. (Video courtesy Melanie G...
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Zero Robotics is a robotics programming tournament for students, where the robots are autonomous nanosatellites called SPHERES, developed by MIT SSL. Students can write programs to control the satellites from a web browser and final comp...
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Known as the “father of inertial navigation,” Dr. Charles Stark Draper was a professor of aeronautics and astronautics at MIT, where he founded the Institute’s Instrumentation Laboratory in the 1930s. Today this lab functions as a separa...
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