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TU researchers, Bridenstine, talk technical about space, plus more collaboration | Govt-and-politics

On July 30, 2020, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration launched its latest vehicle into space. The Perseverance rover is on its way to Mars, where it will land in February 2021 to search for signs of ancient life and collect rock and soil samples for future study. 

The Perseverance rover is NASA’s most recent excursion into the cosmos. Since Oct. 1, 1958, this American institution has contributed much to the dense knowledge of astronomy and space science. Whether it’s through direct space exploration with drones or manned spaceflights, astute observations through a telescope, or satellite images of our world and solar system, NASA pushes the boundaries of aeronautics, aerospace research, and continues to make new inroads with civilian space exploration.

Topics of space and space exploration have always fascinated people. Constellations allowed early sailors to chart their way across oceans and explorers to find their way across giant, unexplored

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Skydweller Aero CEO to Join Space Roundtable with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and Under Secretary for Science Paul Dabbar

TULSA, Okla., Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Skydweller Aero Inc. CEO Dr. Robert Miller will participate in an “Innovation in Space” roundtable alongside NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, Under Secretary for Science Paul Dubbar, Oklahoma EPSCOR State Program Director Dr. Jerry R. Malayer, Oklahoma State University’s Dr. Jerry R. Malayer and representatives from University of Tulsa.

“We are honored to be representing the private sector alongside top industry and academic leaders in a fascinating discussion about the future of space science and technology,” said Skydweller Aero Inc. CEO Dr. Robert Miller. “It’s an incredibly exciting time for the United States, as private companies collaborate with NASA and DOE to further the development of life-changing technology that has reignited our country’s commitment to aerospace science.”

This event will explore new opportunities to collaborate between agencies and across the private sector and academia to accelerate and maintain the United States’ leadership in

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