The NDX-1 Mars prototype spacesuit is currently being displayed at London’s Design Museum during their “Moving to Mars” exhibit. You’ll catch a glimpse of it in their “5 things to do” video. Visit their webpage at https://designmuseum.org/exhibitions/moving-to-mars
The University of North Dakota-based North Dakota Space Grant Consortium (NDSGC) recently hosted their annual Near-Space Balloon Competition. See the UND Today article here.
The first international mission in UND’s Inflatable Mars/Lunar Habitat (IMLH) was launched on October 2nd when four students from Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Peru entered the facility to spend two weeks running experiments to help NASA with exploring the moon […]
Dr. Romsdahl at the 55th annual Conference of Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota On September 24, Rebecca Romsdahl conducted an invited workshop at the 55th annual international Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota. Over fifty participants engaged in small […]
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine lauds University’s aerospace research by, Patrick Miller NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine visited the UND John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences earlier this month to learn about research being conducted there for the agency and to discuss future […]
Fargo-based weather forecaster Lydia Blume credits UND for helping her realize her childhood dream career Now with WDAY-TV’s morning news show, meteorologist Lydia Blume pursued her passion for weather at UND. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today. Few people would call a tornado […]
UND researchers gain valuable field experience collecting data in the heart of Florida’s coastal storms Boarding a specialized Cessna Citation II Research Aircraft, UND researchers flew in proximity of coastal thunderstorms collecting atmospheric data this summer. The research was conducted on […]
A feature article highlighting three Space Studies MS students’ summer internships made news on the NASA Johnson Space Center homepage recently. Check out the full article here.
UND atmospheric scientist Catherine Finley collaborates on groundbreaking tornado research by, Patrick Miller A state-of-the-art computer model simulating the supercell thunderstorms that spawn the largest and most destructive tornadoes have atmospheric scientists questioning the widely accepted concept of how tornadoes form. Photo […]
Moon mission still resonates by, Patrick Miller Pablo de León, director of the University of North Dakota Human Spaceflight Laboratory and head of the Department of Space Studies, knows exactly what impact the moon landing had on him 50 years ago. He was […]