The spacecraft has been transmitting images and data from this layer back to ground stations. The entire science team, which includes Virginia Tech researchers, is now working on analyzing the raw data.
The awards are the result of a merit competition for funding conducted by the Army Research Office, Office of Naval Research, and Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
The results of Gilbert’s research have the potential to improve propulsion methods by understanding how to reduce drag and improve energy efficiency on undulatory propulsors and vessels.
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