Water-powered spacecraft displayed at NASA Tech Day

Cornell’s CubeSat, a water propelled spacecraft

Cornell’s CubeSat, a water propelled spacecraft weighing less than 25 pounds, was on display for lawmakers and staffers on May 9 at NASA’s Technology Day on Capitol Hill. The event highlighted new technologies in the aerospace industry, including those that may enable future exploratory missions to Mars or deep space asteroids. CSI member Mason Peck is leading the project

Mason Peck, Mechanical & Aerospace Eng.

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