The technology will better position Virginia Tech to participate in high-profile small satellite missions and increase research opportunities in space science and technology, as well as space traffic management.
The project provided students with a unique opportunity to design, develop, test, and monitor their own experimental payload, and see it successfully launched into space.
During his time at Virginia Tech, Balantrapu has transformed into an outstanding researcher and leader, preparing him for a career in academia or industry.
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