Although most of us don’t need to worry about the dangers of raining debris quite yet, mitigation of space debris remains a large obstacle to new satellite constellations, especially with mega-constellations of small satellites on the technical horizon.
This Saturday, the Stanford Space Initiative (SSI) Rockets Team is scheduled to launch a rocket it has been building in the basement of End Station III in the Engineering Quad over the past two quarters.
The now-familiar trailer song “In the Face of Evil” appears twice in “Thor: Ragnarok.” The first time, it frames a rollicking fight scene that sees Thor delightedly twirling his hammer through a sea of undead foes, the song’s pumping guitars filling both the audience and the Norse hero with gleeful energy. But the second time…
The Stanford Student Space Initiative (SSSI)’s new Biology Team is pushing the frontiers of biological engineering by constructing a space-ready DNA synthesizer that may launch into orbit within a year.