That’s the Big Dipper. That’s the Little Dipper. And not so long ago, that’s about as deep as Lake Region State College graduate Liz Deckert wanted to dip into space science. But that was before the kinesiology major and future chiropractor transferred […]
By Danielle Sempsrott NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Ever since he was a young boy, watching the televised lunar landings from his hometown of Cañuelas, Argentina, Pablo de León knew he wanted to contribute to human space exploration. Now, as chair of the […]
Prof. Michael Dodge and Space Studies M.S. students Madison Diamond (center) and Kristin Shahady (right) recently attended the SGAC Fusion Forum Conference in Colorado Spring, CO. Prof. Dodge was also a panelist during the event.
Dr. Kavya Manyapu, Adjunct Professor of Space Studies will be speaking at the Humans to Mars Summit on 9/15 about why it is important to go to Mars. This summit is free to register. Students might be interested in participating in […]
Professor Michael Dodge was recently interviewed by Dr. Elizabeth Howell (one of our recent Aerospace PhD graduates) for The Space Economy podcast. The podcast discusses economic opportunities in space, orbital tourism, and other related matters. It is available here.
Dr. Michael Dodge was recently interviewed for an AP article titled After 9 years and $10M, Georgia spaceport nears FAA approval. Since 2012, Camden County on the Georgia-Florida line has doggedly pursued plans to build and operate the 13th licensed U.S. commercial […]
The founding chairman of UND Space Studies, Dr. David Webb, passed away in October 2016. He and his late wife Liliane will have their ashes sent into space on a Celestis Memorial Flight currently scheduled for June 2022. They will […]
Pam Nielsen has joined the staff at the Department of Space Studies to replace Bev Fetter who is retiring on June 30th. Pam worked in the Space Studies office several years ago as a part-time assistant and is currently training […]
Dr. Pablo de León was recently interviewed for a UPI.com article titled NASA’s new $23 million space commode system is more than just a toilet. Read the entire article at https://www.upi.com/Science_News/2021/06/07/space-station-toilet-nasa/2941622557461/
Dr. Michael Dodge has had published a Law Review article with the North Dakota Law Review, entitled “Regulating Orbital Debris: the Federal Communications Commission Tackles Space Junk”, found at https://law.und.edu/law-review/issues/96/2.html