SPACE INSTITUTE’S EXPERIMENT TESTED ON NASA’S ZERO-GRAVITY ‘ROLLER COASTER’ PARABOLIC FLIGHTS

For release May 4, 2006 SPACE INSTITUTE’S EXPERIMENT TESTED ON NASA’S ZERO-GRAVITY ‘ROLLER COASTER’ PARABOLIC FLIGHTS The University of Tennessee Space Institute’s fingerprints were all over a recently tested gravity-free experiment that could provide adequate drinking water for future astronauts on long space trips. Designed by Dr. Basil N. Antar, UTSI professor of Aerospace Engineering, […]

AIRCRAFT ICING SHORT COURSE PLANNED IN FALL AT SPACE INSTITUTE’S FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER

For release May 19, 2006 AIRCRAFT ICING SHORT COURSE PLANNED IN FALL AT SPACE INSTITUTE’S FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER A short course covering “all pertinent aspects of aircraft icing” is being offered again this fall by The University of Tennessee Space Institute. Scheduled for Oct. 16-20 at UTSI’s Flight Research Center located at the Tullahoma Airport, […]

UTSI PROFESSOR FLANDRO URGES STUDENTS TO TUNE IN TO OPPORTUNITIES IN OUTER SPACE

For release May 30, 2006 UTSI PROFESSOR FLANDRO URGES STUDENTS TO TUNE IN TO OPPORTUNITIES IN OUTER SPACE Gary Flandro recently visited students in various Tullahoma schools, sharing his views on potential rewards awaiting travelers who search for treasures beyond Earth’s atmosphere. Flandro, who fills the Boling Chair of Excellence in Space Propulsion at The […]