John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences

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Inflatable Lunar-Mars Analog Habitat

Fall Brown Bag Seminar Series Begins on August 31st

Categories: Home Page News, Space Studies

The fall semester Brown Bag Seminar Series features graduate students providing presentations on their current research and recent internships.  This series begins on Wednesday, August 31st, featuring grad student Brittany Zimmerman’s research, presented by Dr. Vadim Rygalov, titled “Plant Module Development for Inflatable Lunar-Mars Habitat (ILMH)”. This series of presentations will be held in the […]

UND all-female crew finishes 10 day “space” mission Friday (Released by UND – J. Pedraza – Public Relations)

Categories: Space Studies

WHO: An all-female international team of three graduate students boarded the University of North Dakota’s Inflatable Lunar-Mars Habitat (ILMH) WHAT: 10 day sealed mission aboard the UND ILMH concludes WHEN: CREW IS SCHEDULED TO EXIT ILMH 11 a.m. FRIDAY WHERE: UND ILMH located in industrial park west of I-29 off University Ave. (behind National Weather […]

Inflatable Lunar/Mars Analog Habitat Ten-day Mission Began April 26th

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On Tuesday, April 26, the first all-female graduate student crew entered the UND Inflatable Lunar/Mars Analog Habitat for a ten-day mission.  The crew consists of Brittany Zimmerman, Carolyn Newton and Poonam Josan, with Dr. Pablo de León and Sophie Orr serving as mission control. The mission will focus on bioregenerative life support systems, mood and […]

Thesis Defense by Travis Nelson on March 23rd

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Space Studies master’s student, Travis Nelson, will defend his thesis as follows.  All Space Studies students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.  Please show your support! When:  Monday, March 23rd at 8:30am (Central time) Where:  Ryan Hall, Room 111 Title: 30 Day Lunar/Martian Planetary Habitation Analog: An Assessment of Crew Stress, Anxiety, and Performance About […]

Video Update from MDRS Crew 133

Categories: Space Studies

Crew 133’s required crew video is now available on YouTube. Everyone did such a fantastic job describing their research, gathering video clips and lighting/filming each other. Be sure to watch through to the “Marswalks” near the end. There is also a Q&A session video with Crew 133 answering questions submitted to located here.