North Dakota Research Infrastructure Development
University of North Dakota
UND students Lindsay Anderson and Tiffany Swarmer work with faculty member Pablo de León on research project titled, “Preliminary Research on Space Suited, Instrumented, full-scale anthropomorphic test devices (ATD) at the NASA-Ames 20-G Centrifuge.”
Multilayer composite insulations for extreme temperature environments are calibrated and validated through laboratory testing at North Dakota State University.
UND student Tyler Hill completes routine examination of integrated system of inflatable habitat, docking tunnel, and electric rover during 30-day stay in a Lunar/Martian analog mission.
UND student Tyler Hill sets up geological survey site during extravehicular activity as crewmember of 30-day stay in a Lunar/Martian analog mission.
Students within the Muscle, Metabolism, and Ergogenics Laboratory at North Dakota State University work to understand more about the fitness requirements for future an astronaut missions to deep space. www.nasa.gov/epscor/stimuli
NASA EPSCoR Stimuli 2014-15
Published on Dec 14, 2015
NASA Office of Education’s Aerospace Research & Career Development (ARCD) is pleased to release NASA EPSCoR Stimuli, a collection of univers...