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Welcome..  Vermont Space Grant Consortium / VT-NASA EPSCoR offers a variety of opportunities for scholarships, research grants, awards and NASA Internship Programs that  provide opportunities to work with NASA Principal Investigators.

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  • Vermont Space Grant Consortium/NASA EPSCoROpportunities for scholarships, research grants, awards and NASA Internship Programs
  • VT-NASA EPSCoR_Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive ResearchPartnerships with government, higher education and industry that are designed to effect lasting improvements in a state’s or region’s research infrastructure, R&D capacity & competitiveness.
  • Rocket Launch sending our CubeSat Research into SpaceVermont Lunar CubeSat Project
  • Funding Research & Development OpportunitesFaculty, Graduate, & Student Program Awards
  • VSGC AffiliatesMembers & Partners in Education, Business & Government
  • Student Program_Alternative Energy Racing Organization(AERO)Student Programs/Awards/Scholarships
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The Vermont Space Grant Consortium is an organization involving Our Affiliates.Funded in part by a grant from NASA’s National Space Grant  College and Fellowship Program,  key goals of the Consortium are to build research infrastructure within the state, encourage Vermont students to take more mathematics and science, and promote consideration of careers in aerospace-related areas.

VSGC/EPSCoR NEWS!

 Congratulations to UVM researchers Jeff Marshall, Darren
Hitt, Junru Wu and graduate students Nicholas Vachon and Di Chen for being
awarded US Patent 8,695,156 entitled “Aeroacoustic Duster”.  This patent
resulted from work performed under a 2008 NASA EPSCoR Research Group Award
“Active Surface Technologies for Dust Mitigation in Martian and Lunar
Environments” .  For my more details, see  http://tinyurl.com/kv3h9hy

Land View from CubeSat in space4/5/14 More CubeSat photos from space! view from CubeSat in space

  

Earth View3/24/2014 – A   photograph taken by the VTC cubesat.
This was sent from the CubeSat to us using SPARK/Ada   software.  T
he Lunar CubeSat photo is of Port Hedland on   the coast of Western Australia.  Courtesy of Carl Brandon, Vermont Tech   CubeSat Lab Director