The Space Studies department has invited Dr. Fernando Stancato to campus to interview for a faculty position as a Research Assistant Professor. Please join us for his presentation. Fernando Stancato, Ph.D. Aerospace Engineer Environmental Control Systems Embraer Defense and Security São Paulo, Brazil Presentation Title: “Life Support […]
President Trump’s desire to establish a U.S. Space Command may have an impact on the the local 10th Space Warning Squadron located at the Cavalier Air Force Station in North Dakota. What effect this move will have to this sqaudron is […]
The Spring 2019 Space Studies Colloquium Series will feature several leading experts in various space related fields. Please join us for our first presentation in this series that will feature Dr. Jack Stuster, Ph.D., CPE, President and Principal Scientist of Anacapa […]
Space Studies master’s student, Maggie Dievendorf, will defend her M.S. thesis today, November 26th at noon. All Space Studies students and faculty are encouraged to attend. When: Monday, November 26, 2018 at noon Where: Ryan Hall, Room 111 Title: “Calibration of Calcic Pyroxenes for Interpreting Meteorite and […]
What: MARS INSIGHT Landing Viewing and Presentation on NASA Space Grant Funding Opportunities Where: UND Campus, Odegard Hall Room 115 (Atmospherium) When: Monday November 26th, 1:30 – 2:30pm Who: Everyone is invited to attend! Students will view the landing of MARS INSIGHT via NASA […]
UND Today features a great news article on the recent NSBC Competition held in Grand Forks. The article is posted here.
A team of student researchers from the University of North Dakota (UND) won the 2018 Ken Souza Memorial Student Spaceflight Research Competition, wherein first place is a $1,000 grant and a free ride for their science on Blue Origin’s New […]
Dr. Pablo de León recently attended the South American Space Generation Workshop in Bogotá, Colombia. He gave a presentation about the Inflatable Lunar/Mars Analog Habitat (ILMAH) and was also a subject matter expert for one of the planels with a number […]
Professor Michael Dodge has again been published in the journal Room. The article is discusses using space-based data for humanitarian causes. Read a portion of the article here.
This video tour was recorded by the recent Mission VI crew members. There is also a brief blog from the mission located here.