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Akin team ties for first place at NASA competition

ISR-affiliated Associate Professor Dave Akin's (AE/ISR) ENAE 484 team project, "MORPHLAB: Modular Roving Planetary Habitat, Laboratory, and Base" tied for first place (undergraduate) at the NASA Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concept - Academic Liaison (RASC-AL) competition in Cocoa Beach April 29-30. Akin and the students won a NASA sponsorship to present their design at either the AIAA Space 2004 conference in San Diego in September, or at the International Astronautical Federation meeting in Vancouver in October.

—May 2004

May 4, 2004


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