3,2,1, Liftoff! Mizzou Space Program reaches new heights with new rocket at international competition
Mizzou Space Program (MSP) made history this year at the Spaceport America Cup when it launched Mizzou’s first rocket flown with a student researched and developed (SRAD) motor.
Mizzou Space Program is reaching for the stars, looking to the future
The Mizzou Space Program’s performance has been out of this world, and the team is aiming even higher this academic year. MSP recently attended two competitions, including the Argonia Cup in April, where they placed 6th. MSP placed 14th in their category of 47 teams and 24th overall at the Spaceport America Cup in June.
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 Space Program launches into Argonia Cup
The small village of Argonia, Kansas, is probably not your first choice of destinations for a spring break trip. However, eight members of the Mizzou Space Program (MSP) traveled there to participate in a rocketry contest this year.
Student-veteran soars into career
A soon-to-be Mizzou Engineering graduate's career path will come full circle when he starts a job as an aircraft systems designer at Garmin in May. Caleb Edmonds, a senior from Parkville, Missouri, will focus on the installation of Garmin’s auto pilot systems into many types of aircraft.
From Mizzou to Mars: Engineering Alumnus Works on Mars Ascent Vehicle
A Mizzou Engineer’s digital fingerprints will be on the Mars Ascent Vehicle when it makes its historic voyage to the Red Planet in 2026. Christopher Whetsel ’19, works at NASA and has been involved in the program both on the software engineering and project management side.
Mark Magnante’s internship at Northrop Grumman in Ogden, Utah is helping him learn the role of a test engineer.