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Across the nation, Kraft is remembered as the face of NASA and father of the mission control center. At Virginia Tech, he is known as a generous alumnus who served and gave back to his alma mater in countless ways.
The data and measurements will give researchers a better, more accurate modeling of atmospheric conditions in low orbit.
The competition is considered a “win-win” for all parties as the students bring excitement and energy, and provide the agency a fresh perspective in solving existing engineering challenges.
WXFR: Late NASA pioneer leaves lasting mark on Virginia Tech
WFXR: Virginia Tech students watch as rocket blasts off from Wallops Island
WDBJ: Virginia Tech students send satellite to space
WGR Radio: Brave New Atmosphere
WSET: Virginia Tech partners with NASA for research in stability wind tunnel
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Crofton Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering at Virginia Tech
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Kevin T. Crofton Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering (MC0203)
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Blacksburg, VA 24061-0203