- 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.
Student Projects Highlight
The UT UAV team took home prize money while achieving the team's highest flight score yet in the...
INTERVIEW: Space Station chief expresses disappointment with Congress, recalls hairiest moments and speculates on how long ISS will fly - SciGuy
Interview of departing ISS manager and UT ASE alumnus Mike Suffredini
Andrzej Stewart, BS ASE '05, is one of six scientists selected to spend a year in isolation for a Mars simulation project on Hawaii Island.
Clint Dawson collaborates on a $13.7M NSF grant to develop a Natural Hazards Engineering Center at UT Austin.