The APUS Analog Research Group (AARG) is a student-run, faculty-supported and multidisciplinary space research program.
This year’s SESA Conference theme is “Fifty Years From the Moon: The Future of Commercial, Government, and Military Space Exploration.”
After months of calibrations, the space-loving citizens of the world held their breath for this moment; the first science images from the James Webb Space Telescope have been released by NASA.
The 2022 SESA Conference is worth attending for anyone interested in space news, innovations, research, science, policy and education.
Many people dream of being an astronaut. Learn about one student’s experience being an analog astronaut and the research he conducted on space human factors.
The future of space travel: Imagine spacecraft with heat shields that could angle themselves slightly in different directions.
Is it possible to build “pure” spin launchers that fling spacecraft into orbit without the need for chemical rocket propulsion at any point?
For spacecraft, the heat in space is a much more challenging problem than the cold. It is very difficult to get rid of excess heat in space.