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AIAA & MPowered Entrepreneurship - NASA Innovation in Aerospace Competition

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Competition launch of NASA Ames-University of Michigan Competition for Innovation in Aerospace

Competition launch of NASA Ames-University of Michigan Competition for Innovation in Aerospace

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  • 1. 1 Prof. Thomas Zurbuchen Director, Center for Entrepreneurship Associate Professor AOSS Recipient of Outstanding Research Scientist Award, University of Michigan, 2002
  • 2. 2 Purpose of Competition NASA seeks to develop technologies that reduce the expense and lead-time for civil and commercial space missions. The purpose of this competition is to merge entrepreneurial insight with technological innovation for the development of small space systems.
  • 3. 3 Examples Cube Sat A type of space research pico-satellite, weighing no more than one kilogram, and typically using commercial off-the-shelf electronics components.
  • 4. 4 Examples Space Food --
  • 5. 5 Question & Answer

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