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June 7, 2022
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- What makes a champion?MRover participants on their team, their national victory, and building a community
- Raman awarded DoD MURI funding for detonations researchMultidisciplinary University Research Initiative funding examines a new generation of propulsion systems based on sustained detonations
- The case for more virtual testingAnthony Waas in Aerospace America on the impact of virtual testing on the development cycle
- Benjamin Jorns Receives Department of Energy Early Career Research AwardJorns awarded 5 years of funding for advanced plasma research
- New online master’s degree combines aerospace engineering, business and leadershipAccelerated program designed to develop the next generation of global aerospace leaders
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JULY 27, 2021
Ella Atkins says that a software issue preventing human pilots to regain control from automated software, resulting in a crash, should be patched immediately. Atkins is a professor of aerospace engineering and professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
JULY 28, 2021
MLive details the Apollo 15 mission, was was helmed by astronauts David Scott, James Irwin and Al Worden—an all U-M crew.
MAY 25, 2021
Nilton Renno says dust storms on Mars would be a huge challenge for humans trying to live on Mars. Renno is a professor of climate and space sciences and engineering and professor of aerospace engineering.
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