WOU's balloon team launches their first high altitude balloon carrying both a communications and a science module payload. The balloon's highest reported altitude was 90,833 ft. Both payload and parachute were recovered in perfect condition
The OSU AIAA Team, funded in part by the Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium Undergraduate Research Award Program, celebrates a successful first competition, earning highest placing newcomer recognition status.
The Oregon Space Grant Consortium's 2012/13 NASA Student Symposium was held on February 8, 2013 at Oregon State University. The event, featuring research conducted by OSGC funded students, included a morning poster session and afternoon presentat
Students interested in summer internships for 2011 should note that many programs close their applicaiton process by the beginning of February. Please visit the OSGC Blog or the NASA One Stop Shopping Initiative websites for details regarding requirements, deadlines, and applications.
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2014 OSGC Affiliate Meeting
Four Oregon Space Grant teams participate in the 2014 RockOn! Sounding Rocketry Workshop at NASA Wallops Flight Facility
Western Oregon University Balloon Team Reaches New Heights
OSU AIAA Team Competes at the Design/Build/Fly Competition