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Aerospace Corporation: The Space Policy Show: Protecting Earth’s Airspace from Space Debris

Michael Kezirian, adjunct associate professor of astronautics practice at USC Viterbi School of Engineering, discussed protecting the Earth’s airspace.

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NASA: NASA Selects 16 University Teams to Develop Deep Space Mission Concepts

A USC Viterbi student team has been selected as a finalist with a project focused on ascent vehicles for interplanetary travel.

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Five Questions about Space with Garrett Reisman

Five Questions about Space with Garrett Reisman

An audio conversation about space tourism, sustainability and pizza.

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How Do You Build a Rocket Without a Lab?

How Do You Build a Rocket Without a Lab?

How USC’s renowned Rocket Propulsion Laboratory took one of the most hands-on clubs on campus remote.

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USC Viterbi Professors Azad Madni and Jong-Shi Pang Inducted into the National Academy of Engineering

USC Viterbi Professors Azad Madni and Jong-Shi Pang Inducted into the National Academy of Engineering

An optimization expert who harnesses mathematics to improve industries and a leader in astronautical and systems engineering are USC Viterbi’s newest members of the National Academy of Engineering.

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To Mars and Beyond: USC Student Plays Role in NASA Mars Mission

To Mars and Beyond: USC Student Plays Role in NASA Mars Mission

Devin Martin, an undergraduate student in computer science, dreamed about working for NASA since he was a child. Last summer, that dream came true.

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Aerospace Corporation: The Space Policy Show: Protecting Earth’s Airspace from Space Debris

Aerospace Corporation: The Space Policy Show: Protecting Earth’s Airspace from Space Debris

Michael Kezirian, adjunct associate professor of astronautics practice at USC Viterbi School of Engineering, discussed protecting the Earth’s airspace.

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How Do You Build a Rocket Without a Lab?

How Do You Build a Rocket Without a Lab?

How USC’s renowned Rocket Propulsion Laboratory took one of the most hands-on clubs on campus remote.

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