Their experience with this smaller engine will help Trojans prepare for another launch this spring.
The rocketeer, researcher and environmentalist believes that advances in sustainability can be adapted from technologies developed for space exploration.
USC Viterbi student helps work on trajectories for proposed space missions.
While trying to figure out her late father’s “dangerous secrets,” new graduate Betty Stearns discovered a world of endless possibilities.
At 144,000 feet, it’s believed to be the highest altitude achieved worldwide for a vehicle designed and manufactured by students.
Adviser Wyatt Sadler is confident that USC Viterbi’s AeroDesign Team will be ready for this year’s remote-controlled model airplane competition in Arizona.
The undergrads receive an award for a paper on aviation safety.
He spent more than 500 hours in space, craving potato chips — but his priorities are down-to-earth: sharing the importance of a STEM education.
Bogdan Marcu shares his amazing story — one that involves another USC alum in a key role — on the latest episode of USC Viterbi’s “Escape Velocity.”
USC Viterbi professor’s invention uses lunar and Martian dust to develop material for a zero-gravity environment.