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Space Grant Articles
The University of Arizona Space Grant Undergraduate Research Intern Joshua Lucio was featured in the Arizona Daily Star (4/18/07) written by Valarie Potell.
Coolidge students get a lesson in DNA extraction
Vuna Fa, A Fellow of the NASA Space Grant Program through the University of Arizona conducts a biotech lab workshop at the Coolidge Success Center.
The University of Arizona/NASA Space Grant's very own Undergraduate Research Intern, Susan Bonicillo, who writes for the Arizona Daily Star, provided local coverage on our 15th annual statewide symposium.
The Arizona/NASA Space Grant's Changes in Altitudes program, which is co-sponsored by the Phoenix Mission Education/Public Outreach and run through the NAU Space Grant, has received alot of publicity lately. Below are a few of the articles in which the program has received attention for its many outreach activities:
Space-bound air balloons
Students explore atmosphere with their launched satellites
This May 1, 2005 article appeard in The Arizona Republic. The coverage was of the recent launch completed in Gila Bend by students of six local schools. Go to http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/local/
articles/0501spaceproject.html to view the full article.
Balloon launch sends students' spirits soaring
The same Gila Bend launch received attention from the Mohave Daily News.
School Kids' Science Projects to Soar 19 Miles Above Arizona
The Gila Bend launch also received attention at uanews.org.
Univerity of Arizona CubeSat
U.Arizona Says Space Is A Cube
The University of Arizona CubeSat team received alot of national attention at SpaceDaily.com as it began to prepare to launch its satellites from Baikonur Kazakhstan in 2001. The CubeSat program continues to receive much attention for its pioneered initiative, creative workforce, and amazing accomplishments!
The Nanosat-2 mission, which features two satellites built by the Three Corner Sat team (3CS) has recently had an article published at www.spaceflightnow.com! Click here to view the article.. To view more information on Three Corner Sat, go to our Research & Design page and click the "Three Corner Sat" link or go to http://nasa.asu.edu/index.php?pageid=26 to view the page directly.