Student Researchers Wanted for 2 Satellite Missions

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Summary Sentence: Students invited to Aug. 22 Info Session for the TARGIT and RANGE satellites

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Students from multiple disciplines are invited to an information session for the

TARGIT and RANGE Satellite Missions

Tuesday, August 22 @ 6 p.m.
Guggenheim 442

Bring your resume!

A limited number of student research positions are available for two upcoming small-sat missions that are being run by AE Prof. Brian Gunter.

1. The Ranging And Nanosatellite Guidance Experiment (RANGE) is a two-satellite formation that will complet e assembly in the Fall of 2017 and will launch and commence operations in the Spring of 2018.

2.  The Tethering And Ranging mission of the Georgia Institute of Technology (TARGIT)  is a NASA-sponsored cubesat project that will deploy and conduct 3D lidar imaging on an inflatable target while in orbit, with an expected launch date in 2019.

Looking for: all majors & class ranks, esp. those interested in electronics, optics/lasers, and programming
Minimum Commitment:  8 hrs/wk, or 2 credit hours, in the lab
Contact: Prof. Brian Gunter
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NOTE: Only US citizens or permanent residents may participate


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  • Created By: Kathleen Moore
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  • Created On: Aug 16, 2017 - 6:39pm
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