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Student Spaceflight Experiments Program

A view of NASA astronaut Drew Morgan during the deactivation and/or shaking designated mixture tubes

Ohio University students can design experiments for the International Space Station (ISS) through the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program! Students in majors from from English to engineering and art to astrophysics are invited to join OHIO's team in the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program's Mission 18 to the ISS.

Students can even get credit for the time they spend learning about how to design something small enough to send to space while also learning how to write a proposal that shows the big picture of how they'll use the data they'll get back from the ISS. To earn credit, students can register for PBIO 4941 -Undergraduate Research and Presentation taught by Sarah Wyatt.

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Fall Semester 2023

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