Engaging Maine in the New Space Economy
The Maine Space Complex is the topic of a 1-hour talk at the Maine Science Festival in Bangor on March 25.
ECOSTRESS Satellite Feeding Forest Study with UMaine Partner
UMaine’s forest and fire ecologist Andrew Barton is on a team of scientists awarded a NASA grant to use space-based and other data to study water supply in ponderosa pine forests.
Maine’s Second CubeSat Will Carry Nanobubbles
UMaine’s WiSe-Net Lab will construct its second CubeSat, PINESAT2, to support research into nanobubbles being done by UMaine, USM, and Arizona State University. The leader of the MESAT1 build, doctoral candidate Joseph Patton, will direct satellite development in UMaine’s department of electrical and computer engineering. bluShift Aerospace Inc., will assist with the launch.
Maine to Lead Nanobubble Research
Could very fine gas bubbles suspended in certain liquids improve the efficiency of life support functions in space? Researchers at UMaine, USM, and Arizona State University will investigate this question with a $753,750 NASA grant to the Maine Space Grant Consortium and $350,000 in matching funds from the three institutions. Researchers will create nanobubbles then […]