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With NASAís help, AeroAstro students work in a spacelike environment
MIT News
1 October 2014
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MicroMAS Small is beautiful
Prof. Cahoy and group delivered MicroMAS to a launch provider
MIT News
Helen Hil
27 March 2014
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ISS Crew to Test Electromagnetic Station Keeping
RINGS in Aviation Week!
Aviation Week
Frank Morring Jr.
21 October 2013
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RINGS in the News AGAIN!
Rings propels satellites without propellants
Gizmag
David Szondy
18 August 2013
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RINGS in the News
EM Propulsion Grants Satellites Wireless Power Transfer Capability
Microwaves & RF
Iliza Sokol
30 August 2013
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Solar Storms are bad for satellites, Right?
MIT Researchers Not So Sure
SpaceNews
Peter B. de Selding
18 September 2013
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The Effects of Space Weather on satellites
SSL study investigates effects of high energy electrons on satellites
MIT News Office
Jennifer Chu
17 September 2013
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Three SSL Students receive MIT Aero Astro Department Awards
Alexander Buck, Austin Nichols and Farah Alibay receive department awards for excellence
MIT Aero Astro
July 2013
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SSL Student Honored at Paris Air Show for 2013 Boeing Engineering Student of the Year Award
Brent Tweedle was honored the development of the VERTIGO optical system
July 2013
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MiRaTA CubeSat proposal selected by NASA
MiRaTA CubeSat wins proposal for In-Space Validation of Earth Science Technologies Program
NASA
NASA
1 June 2013
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Dave Malkoff reporting from MIT, students can launch their own DIY satellites into orbit FOR FREE
NASA launches a new program for students to launch their own satellites
Dave Malkoff
Dave Malkoff
7 May 2013
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Ryan Kingsbury and Mark Chodas selected for NASA 2013 Space Technology Research Fellows
Two SSL Students selected for fellowship enabling research aligned to NASA technology challenged!
July 2013
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Research update: SPHERES to get powerful magnets and goggles
MIT News Office
Jennifer Chu
2 August 2012
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NIAC 2012 Phase I & Phase II Awards Announcement
SSL Awarded Phase II NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts Study
NASA
NASA
7 August 2012
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DARPA selects Aurora for Phoenix program
Boston.com
D.C. Denison
13 August 2012
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NASA Looks for International Student Educational Interest
NASA
Christina Coleman
29 February 2012
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Innovative microsatellite could expand understanding of storm systems
MIT Lincoln Laboratory and MITís Space Systems Laboratory developed the prototype system
MIT Lincoln Lab
June 2012
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To an asteroid, and back
MIT students to build imaging instrument to fly aboard mission to an asteroid
MIT News Office
Jennifer Chu
26 July 2011
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Students build planet-hunting miniature satellite
NASA PlanetQuest
Joshua Rodriguez
27 May 2011
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ExoplanetSat nanosatellite to begin search for alien worlds next year
Engadget
Donald Melanson
17 May 2011
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Nanosatellite Will Look for Alien Worlds
The first tiny satellite to search for Earthlike planets is scheduled to launch in 2012
Technology Review
Brittany Sauser
16 May 2011
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Setting Sight on a Single Star
NASA Astrobiology News
13 May 2011
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Planet Data to Fuel Hunt for Life
New Information from NASA Could Offer Evidence of a Habitable World Beyond Our Solar System
The Wall Street Journal
Robert Lee Hotz
28 January 2011
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Building a list of Earth candidates
MIT researchers increase their odds of detecting an Earthlike planet by working on a combination of satellite missions.
MIT News Office
Morgan Bettex
14 December 2010
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Starlight, Star Bright
Astrobiology Magazine
Henry Bortman
9 March 2009
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