NASA Scientists Meet With Former, Current Texas A&M Students For Space Research Project

In the fall of 2015, two Texas A&M University students worked alongside faculty and a local space commercialization company to develop equipment that would be used on the International Space Station (ISS) for research by NASA.

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Over the course of four months, Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution students Dakotah Karrer and Vincent Rodriguez worked with faculty member Dr. Joseph Morgan and Matt Leonard, president and CEO of Texas Space Technology Applications and Research (T STAR) on a special tube-like experiment station known as Strata-1.

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