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Three Space Cowboys teams from CEAT were selected for Phase II of the NASA Micro-g NExT challenge

Three teams of undergraduate students in the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) were selected to participate in Phase II of the 2023 cohort of the NASA Micro-g NExT challenge, marking CEAT’s largest number of teams selected in a single year ever.
Apollo 14 member Roosa, a former OSU student, to be honored at 50th anniversary of mission

Tue, Jun 15, 2021

Roosa, who began his college career at Oklahoma State University, was the command module pilot for the Apollo 14 mission in 1971. His family’s foundation, Back to Space, is hosting the 50th anniversary gala of the event on June 18-19 at Kennedy Space Center.

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Looking Upward

Fri, Dec 18, 2020

Through partnerships and a new NASA program, OSU is changing the future of unmanned flight.

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Hybrid Lunar Communication Architecture (LunarCom)-Connecting the earth and moon

Thu, Jul 30, 2020

NASA has awarded Oklahoma State University a $1,132,492 grant to develop next generation, space-based communication systems with a team from Oklahoma’s three largest research universities.

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OSU partnership with Vigilant Aerospace powered by NASA technology

Tue, Feb 25, 2020

Using technology licensed by NASA, Oklahoma State University and Vigilant Aerospace are developing a system that allows drones to effectively “talk” to each other.

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OSU researcher builds on NASA project’s success with new device

Wed, Jun 26, 2019

A successful 2018 project with NASA is providing the foundation for an improved radiation detector. Physicist Dr. Eric Benton and graduate students in his lab developed a tissue equivalent radiation dosimeter that flew on the International Space Station last summer.

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The Space Cowboys are taking Oklahoma State University to new heights

Tue, Jun 25, 2019

Frank Sinatra once sang, “Fly me to the moon/Let me play among the stars.” While very few have made these words a reality, a small group of Oklahoma State students might just get the opportunity to traipse through the galaxy ¬– or at least their experimental equipment might.

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Flying High

Thu, Nov 01, 2018

OSU alumni-owned company is contributing to space and military missions

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