South students build satellite to study Earth’s plasma layer

NASA took the satellite to the International Space Station; ISS astronauts set it into orbit

Dr. Samual Russ, left, works on the antenna with student team members Matt Byers and Khaja Shaik and Dr. Edmund Spencer, right. Photo by Dan Anderson Students and professors from the University of South Alabama were among the most ardent viewers July 15 when a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket took to…

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