Thursday, May 15. 2008
Students Perry Edwards, Adam Escobar, and Andrea Wyant attended the 12th international Ionospheric Effects Symposium (IES) to present NittanySat’s mission to characterize and better understand the D-region ionosphere's effects on radiowave propagation. According to IES, the purpose of the conference is to "bridge the gap between applications and research involving ionospheric & space weather disciplines."
Thursday, May 1. 2008
Every semester, the Penn State Learning Factory (machine shop) showcases projects completed by students in the College of Engineering. This year, Nate Morgan, Ed Brouwers (below left), and Jason Miller presented SSPL's Next Generation [Sounding Rocket] Boom project while Matt Sunderland (below right) presented the NittanySat Sensor Board.
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