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MIT AeroAstro Building 33: the Guggenheim Aeronautical Laboratory
March 20, 2018

USNWR ranks AeroAstro grad program #1

USN&WR ranks AeroAstro grad program No.1
Jaimne Peraire
March 19, 2018

Peraire to step down as AeroAstro Dept. head

Peraire to step down as AeroAstro Department head
Lightning strike
March 9, 2018

Evading in-flight lightning strikes

AeroAstro study: electrically charging planes would reduce risk of aircraft lightning strikes
Steven Barrett
February 27, 2018

Reinventing aircraft propulsion

Professor Steven Barrett is developing an electric propulsion system that uses no moving parts
Artist's rendering of MIT's new Wright Brother's Wind Tunnel
February 19, 2018

New Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel will be largest, most advanced U.S. academic tunnel

New Wright Brothers Wind Tunnel will be largest, most advanced U.S. academic tunnel
AeroAstro sophomores and chaperones visited SpaceX as part of the department's West Coast trip.
February 13, 2018

Students visit West Coast aerospace industry during annual IAP trip

AeroAstro sophomores and chaperones visited SpaceX as part of the department's annual West Coast trip.
January 25, 2018

High schoolers' codes run by ISS crew in MIT tournament

Zero Robotics teams' event shown live from space 
Moe Win
January 23, 2018

No GPS? No prob. Moe Win uses wireless signals to find location

Study shows how to make wireless localization more accurate
MIT AeroAstro grad student Arthur Brown
January 22, 2018

Aguilar, Brown named Aviation Week “20 Twenties”

Aguilar, Brown honored for academics, civic contributions, research
Paulo Lozano with electric thruster
January 4, 2018

Lozano's coin-sized rocket motors could revolutionize space propulsion

Paulo Lozano's coin-sized rocket motors could revolutionize space propulsion

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