Undergrads crash NASA satellite

Undergrads at the University of Colorado sent a NASA satellite to its fiery demise on August 30th. But don't worry. They are not in trouble. In fact, they were specifically tasked with the job of decommissioning the satellite—figuring out where and when to send it screaming through Earth's atmosphere so as to ensure that any leftover bits land someplace where they won't do much damage—as part of a class. An incredibly awesome class.



    1. But now that they are moving to the PAC 10, who are they going to choose for the next decommissioning? Berkeley?

  1. Class of 1933: Ernst Stavro Blofeld
    Class of 1950: Hugo Drax
    Class of 1956: Max Zorin
    Class of 1976: Eric E. Schmidt

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