Mizzou Engineer using machine learning to solve space debris problem
Companies are launching satellites into orbit at a dizzying pace with no plans to clean them up once they’ve completed their missions. That means dead satellites are floating in space with no one controlling them, leaving them vulnerable to collisions. “Space is becoming more and more crowded,” said Ming Xin, professor of mechanical and aerospace…
Breathtaking: Students describe working in zero gravity conditions
Mizzou Engineers describe zero-gravity conditions on board G-FORCE ONE.
Mizzou Engineer helps NASA streamline processes during internship
A Mizzou Engineering student worked in NASA to help streamline space program processes during a summer internship.
Mizzou Engineers to return to G-FORCE ONE to study condensation in zero-gravity environment
A Mizzou Engineering team has received funding from NASA to conduct research around water condensation within a zero-gravity environment.
What’s the best way to land on Mars? Mizzou Engineering researcher compares top strategies
A Mizzou Engineer has compared five popular planetary landing laws, determining that at the moment, there is no one-size-fits-all approach.