Cal Poly alumnus Victor Glover will pilot NASA’s Artemis II mission that will travel around the moon, according to a Cal Poly news release. The mission is planned for November […]
A group of Cal Poly mechanical engineering students and alumni took home the “Most Accurate Digital Core” award from NASA’s Moon to Mars Ice and Prospecting Challenge. The team of eight […]
Cal Poly CubeSat is sending its 12th mission into space on Sunday, Jan. 17. They will launch their small satellite — the ExoCube 2 — from the wing of a modified Boeing 747 plane mid-flight.
A group of eight Cal Poly mechanical engineering seniors are advancing to the semifinals for a NASA competition that asks students to create technology for the future of space exploration. […]
Their mission? To build a robot that can drill through rocks and sand, and extract clean water from the ice beneath it while simultaneously taking measurements.
Audible “oohs” and “aahs” filled the Performing Arts Center (PAC) Jan. 23 as Terry W. Virts, former US Air Force Colonel and Space Station Commander, took the audience on a journey of their own through the spectacular images he captured while aboard the International Space Station.
Students from the on-campus organization PolySat helped integrate two CubeSats which just became the first spacecrafts of their kind to photograph Mars.
Four students spent the summer listening to storms on Jupiter. Now, they’re seeing how they can implement their project at a local elementary school.
PolySat builds and integrates CubeSat DAVE, launches along with NASA’s satellite ICESat-2
PolySat is a student-run, independent research lab that develops CubeSats, or miniature satellites.
Cal Poly CubeSat is making Mars exploration history as they aided in the operations of the first interplanetary CubeSats, which head to the red planet after launching the morning of […]