On this Smart Robots Review episode Elias talks to a Carthage College student working on a better way to measure fuel levels in Rockets (Modal Propellant Gauging (MPG). The project is a collaboration effort between Carthage College Space Sciences and the NASA Kennedy Space Center Cryogenics Laboratory.
As part of the Apollo 50th Anniversary celebration, Discovery World Museum in Milwaukee organized activities designed to educate and inspire the next generation of rocket scientists, researchers and explorers.
In the next few episodes I will be sharing with you what I saw and learned during my visit from young innovators and a startup, working on cutting edge space sciences projects.
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