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Middle Schoolers View Rocketry DemonstrationSeventh grader career exploration classes at Granbury Middle School and Acton Middle School viewed a rocketry demonstration by Tarleton State University students on Friday.
Rocket Team Selected for NASA CompetitionThe Tarleton Aeronautical Team has been selected to compete in the NASA University Student Launch Initiative (USLI), a competition that challenges university students to design, build and launch a reusable rocket with a scientific or engineering payload to one mile above ground level.
Tarleton Aeronautical Team reaches new highsRocket scientists at Tarleton State University are in the making, and it is all revolving around the Tarleton State University Aeronautical Team. “I think we all want to be rocket scientists,” said John Phillips a Tarleton State University Student and member of the aeronautical team.
Tarleton State students finish sixth in international rocket eventAlthough they were competing for the first time, the nine-student Tarleton State University team achieved a sixth-place finish overall in the collegiate CanSat student rocket design-build-launch event Saturday at Jim Burkett Ranch near Cross Plains.
Tarleton team places sixth in international rocket competitionSTEPHENVILLE, Texas—The Tarleton Aeronautical Team placed sixth out of 41 teams in the international collegiate CanSat Competition held June 8-10 near Cross Plains, Texas. Only one U.S. team ranked higher.
CanSat CompetitionReporter News Pictures from June 9, 2013
Tarleton State students join international rocket race near Cross PlainsAfter trying to get a team together for more than a year, Dustin Neighbors was able to convince eight other Tarleton State University students, a math professor and its department head to form an aeronautical team.