- Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Texas, Tom and Jerry, and a Thirsty Planet – Pacific Standard Features the GRACE Satellites as they Celebrate 10 Years in Space
Learn how scientists at The University of Texas at Austin’s Center for Space Research are measuring the loss of water around the world with a pair of aging satellites known as GRACE on the Pacific Standard website.
For the first time in six years of competition, the UT UAV team autonomously landed its aircraft...
Todd Humphreys talks about the Longhorns working on the front lines of the drone revolution (Alcalde, November 11, 2014).
Graduate student Henri Kjelberg and Aerospace Engineering Professor Dr. Charles Tinney speak about the resurgence of public interest in space exploration (FOX Austin, November 12, 2014)
In a new study that uses data from NASA’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellite for determining irrigation records to improve space-based estimates of the water left underground (Nova Next, November 10, 2014)