24JUN 2016
Astronautics and Space Engineering

Astronautics and Space Engineering

Please note that this is an indicative list of modules and is not intended as a definitive list. Those listed here may also be a mixture of core and optional modules. Year 1 Introduction to Aerospace and Space Engineering Introduction to Aerospace and Space Engineering On successful completion of the module, you will be able to: Describe the characteristics of the atmosphere…

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22JUN 2016
NASA astronauts killed

NASA astronauts killed

Ceremonies were planned for Arlington National Cemetery and the Kennedy Space Center as NASA commemorated the seven lives lost on January 28, 1986, in the Challenger explosion The United States marked the 30th anniversary Thursday of the explosion of the Challenger space shuttle with a pledge to remember lost astronauts as it presses on toward Mars. At the Kennedy Space Center…

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20JUN 2016
Famous astronauts

Famous astronauts

Astronauts and identical twins Scott and Mark Kelly are taking part in a multi-year study to see how long periods in space affect the human body. Astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly are identical twins. But over the next year, their lives will be anything but similar. Scott, who s already been living at the International Space Station for several months, will spend the year in…

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18JUN 2016
Best Astronautical Engineering Colleges

Best Astronautical Engineering Colleges

U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges Guide Also Ranks University Highly in Undergraduate Engineering, Military Education, and As Rising Educational Star For the 15th consecutive year, the Best Colleges guidebook published by U.S. News & World Report ranks Embry-Riddle’s specialized undergraduate aerospace engineering program No. 1 in the nation and honors…

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16JUN 2016
Mike Massimino astronaut

Mike Massimino astronaut

Michael J. Massimino (Ph.D.) NASA Astronaut (Former) PERSONAL DATA: Born in New York in 1962. His hometown is Franklin Square, New York. Married. Two children. Mike enjoys baseball, family activities, camping, and coaching kids sports. EDUCATION: H. Frank Carey High School, Franklin Square, New York, 1980 B.S. Industrial Engineering, Columbia University, 1984 M.S. Mechanical…

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14JUN 2016
Can I become an astronaut?

Can I become an astronaut?

Shoot for the stars: If you would love to explore space as a career, you couldn’t have picked a better time, especially given the number of private space tourism companies looking to send people into orbit A word of warning: it’s not going to be an easy ride and you’ll be entering a competitive arena of the best and the brightest. If there were ever a stark example of why it…

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12JUN 2016
How to make astronaut helmet?

How to make astronaut helmet?

Draw a large circle on a paper grocery bag. The circle should be as large as your face, if not a little larger. The circle should also be placed over the general area of your face. To make sure that it is located in the right spot, place the bag over your head and have a second person trace the circle onto the bag directly over your face. Cut this circle out. Remove the bag…

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