Alumnus Brent Barbee comments on his work as an aerospace engineer on NASA's new DART mission, humankind's first planetary defense experiment.

Moriba Jah, a space environmentalist and expert in tracking orbital space debris, has a new role as the chief scientific adviser at Steve Wozniak's space startup, Privateer.

Moriba Jah's work to raise awareness about orbital debris is featured in this Alcalde piece.

Clint Dawson's hurricane modeling is mentioned in this Houston Chronicle piece covering the Ike Dike plan.

Moriba Jah weighs in on this article about a private company that completed a first successful test of its orbital debris trash collector.

This Washington Post Creative Group story features several of our students who are participating in the Texas Rocket Engineering Laboratory (TREL), with the goal of becoming the first student team to build and launch a liquid-propelled rocket to the edge of space.

Todd Humphreys weighs in on the confusion at sea this summer caused by falsifying the location of 100+ ships near Ukraine and Russia in this NPR Morning Edition newscast.

Moriba Jah joined Neil deGrasse Tyson and comedian Chuck Nice on Tyson's StarTalk series to discuss the space junk problem and how to manage objects in orbit.

Brandon Jones chats with Fox 7 News Austin about the future of commercial spaceflight after Blue Origin's first human flight.

Clint Dawson discusses the importance of hurricane forecasting and modeling as part of this historical speaker series focused on Hurricane Beulah.

Listen to this Star Talk podcast featuring professor Moriba Jah where he discusses the growing issue of space debris with Neil deGrasse Tyson.

Opinion piece authored by aerospace engineering alumnus Michael Webber on preparing for a future where climate change fuels a wider range of extreme weather.

Should we treat other planets like natural resources or national parks? Professor Moriba Jah argues that governments should fold sustainability into their licensing processes for space activities.

Eyes on the Sky is a a Mixed Reality experience designed to bring space environmentalism education alive, with the goal to inspire the eyes of the public and legislators to look upward, protecting and preserving our Near Earth Space for generations to come. 

Professor Nanshu Lu's wearable electronic tattoo that monitors human vital signs - such as blood flow and heart rate - is featured in this BBC News piece on the future of light-emitting tattoos.