The NASA Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP), in collaboration with the Office of STEM Engagement and the Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) and New Mexico State University, will be hosting the NASA HBCU/MSI Technology Infusion Road Tour at New Mexico State University. Click here to register.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing and to prepare for the next giant leap, NMSU's College of Engineering will host the Apollo Next Giant Leap Student Challenge — The ANGLeS Challenge. The event on July 20 will host more than 200 students representing teams from across New Mexico and El Paso to showcase their drone flying and programming skills. More info here.
In 2000, the two graduate students spent the summer at Johnson Space Center, Smithsonian and other archives investigating records to catalog and map Tranquility Base. The remoteness of the moon preserves the artifacts for now. The list of 106 artifacts is one of the most extensive that NASA has of the site, it can be viewed on the Lunar Legacy website. Click here to view.
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