University space projects win NASA funding

09/26/2013 | Space.com

From technology that will let NASA measure distant objects in space to improving propellants for long-distance spaceflight, 10 new space-technology projects dreamed up by universities will get NASA funding. The projects, each of which will get $250,000, are meant to stimulate research in manned spaceflight and other key NASA efforts. "A critical element of America's space technology pipeline rests in the cutting-edge research in the early stage technologies conducted at the nation's universities," said Michael Gazarik, NASA's associate administrator for space technology.

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