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NASA OKs Student-Made Robot for Lunar Flight

Students from Carnegie Mellon University have received NASA's approval for their lunar exploration robot to land on the moon. The wheeled robot, known as Iris, has passed the agency's critical design review that is required for clearance to operate on the lunar surface, CMU said Tuesday.

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NOAA Official Karen St. Germain Tapped to Lead NASA Earth Science Division

Karen St. Germain

Karen St. Germain, deputy assistant administrator for systems at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) satellite and information service, will formally join NASA on June 8 as director of the Earth science division within the space agency's science mission directorate.

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Six Universities Receive NASA Funding for Artemis Student Challenges

NASA is awarding six U.S. universities roughly $2.4 million in funding under the Artemis Student Challenges with the aim of generating student interest in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, as well as in the Artemis mission, the NASA-led spaceflight program whose goal is to return humans to the moon.

The awardees are University of Hawaii - Honolulu and University of California - San Diego, each of which will receive $500 thousand; University of Washington - Seattle, which will receive $499.9 thousand; University of Colorado - Boulder, which will receive $499.3 thousand; and University of Alabama - Huntsville and University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign, each of which will receive $200 thousand, NASA announced Friday.

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CMS Business Division, Nuvotronics Provides Wide-Band Antenna to Enable NASA-GSFC SWESARR; Mike Twyman, Martin Amen Quoted

Mike Twyman

Cubic Corporation has announced Nuvotronics, operating within its Cubic Mission Solutions (CMS) business division, has provided advanced multi-frequency antenna technology to enable the successful validation of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s (NASA-GSFC) Snow Water Equivalent Synthetic Aperture Radar and Radiometer (SWESARR), the company reported on Thursday

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