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Aerospace Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Texas A&M University’s John L. Junkins to receive Kay Bailey Hutchison Distinguished Service Award

Founding director of the Hagler Institute for Advanced Study honored by The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas
Aerospace Engineering

From sea to space and back again: Offshore platforms for rocket travel

Ocean offers safety and convenience for professionals and spectators, A&M engineers say
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Altered gravity: How does traveling from 1G to 0G affect astronauts?

Multidisciplinary team studies effects of altered gravity on bimanual coordination as well as cardiovascular and ocular health
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Averting disaster: Model can identify best locations for aircraft sensors

National Science Foundation provides funding for research published in IEEE’s Control System Letters
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Sailing to the stars: System would use beams to propel spacecraft

Texas A&M-led project receives funding from NASA
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NASA invests in thermal technology to get ready for new lunar missions

A&M aerospace engineers collaborate with Boeing and Paragon
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Unraveling the mystery of how and why load-bearing materials collapse

New model offers framework to predict what is likely happen to steel, brass and alloys under extreme tension
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Virtual reality: Preparing workers for space, deserts or deep oceans

NSF-funded study aims to find a cost-effective approach to training for extreme environments
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Siri in space? Virtual assistants may help NASA improve astronaut safety

A&M researchers receive $1 million to conduct impact study