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SpaceX Makes History & Along With It, Continues the Trojans’ Legacy in Space

Contributions of USC Viterbi students, researchers and alumni to the groundbreaking next chapter of space travel

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5 Scientific Achievements Accomplished Remotely

How USC Viterbi researchers innovated, disrupted, and engaged new frontiers from a distance

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Rocket Handles New Features with Poise

Rocket Handles New Features with Poise

The record-breaking student-led USC Rocket Propulsion Laboratory launched its latest vehicle, Poise, to test a new propellant, recovery system and more.

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Is There Life on Mars? With the Right Tools, There Could Be.

Is There Life on Mars? With the Right Tools, There Could Be.

A team of USC students is one of 10 finalists awarded $10K to build a water extraction tool for NASA’s Moon to Mars challenge.

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Astronautical Engineering

Astronautical Engineering encompasses the dynamic and cutting-edge fields of advanced science and space technology. Space engineers design, build and operate rockets and missiles, space launchers, communications and direct broadcasting satellites, space navigational systems, remote sensing and reconnaissance satellites, space vehicles for human spaceflight, and planetary probes.

There is no better academic major than Astronautical Engineering in which to obtain the education and to acquire the skills needed for space engineers.

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Tenth Anniversary

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Moonwalker Buzz Aldrin’s visit to the ASTE Department in 2006.

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SpaceX Makes History & Along With It, Continues the Trojans’ Legacy in Space

SpaceX Makes History & Along With It, Continues the Trojans’ Legacy in Space

Contributions of USC Viterbi students, researchers and alumni to the groundbreaking next chapter of space travel

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USC Viterbi magazine: SpaceX Made History Today. Meet Some of the Trojan Engineers Behind That History.

USC Viterbi magazine: SpaceX Made History Today. Meet Some of the Trojan Engineers Behind That History.

USC Viterbi magazine article: SpaceX “employs more engineers from USC Viterbi than from any other school.”

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