Edited footage captured by a 360 camera on a payload built by students at Community College of Denver of the November 9th high altitude balloon flight of the COSGC DemoSat program: https://youtu.be/yd-E0EWADI0

 

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Student Highlight

Crystal Gonzalez

Crystal Gonzalez

Crystal Gonzalez is studying General Science at CCA through the Pre-Engineering program and plans to attend the University of Colorado - Boulder to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Architectural Engineering with a minor in Environmental Science. Living in Mexico for most of her life, Crystal moved to Colorado and became the first in her family to attend college. She has worked with the CCA robotics team to build a robot and participate in COSGC's annual Robotics Challenge. She is currently on CCA's first team to compete in COSGC's Wearable Quest Challenge - their research concerns building a glove suitable for use in space and emergency management that will provide the ability to communicate basic biological stats of the wearer back to Earth. In this project, she helps the team in creating the hardware, design, and systematics. Upon degree completion, Crystal's main goal is to focus on creating sustainable functions for new and old structures that will benefit the environment, keeping in mind that humans are also benefiting from these new eco-friendly systems.  

Welcome to the Colorado Space Grant Consortium

Here you will find all you would like to know about our organization and our student programs. If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact me directly.

The COSGC is funded by NASA and is a state-wide organization involving 21 colleges, universities and institutions around Colorado. Our organization provides Colorado students access to space through innovative courses, real-world hands-on telescope and satellite programs, and interactive outreach programs.

Our students interact with engineers and scientists from NASA and aerospace companies to develop, test, and fly new space technologies and to support our outreach and teaching programs.

We welcome all students and are always looking for way to enhance their experience through new interactions and collaborations with NASA, government agencies, and companies.

I hope you enjoy your visit to our site and I look forward to your involvement in our program.

Chris Koehler
Director
Colorado Space Grant Consortium
University of Colorado at Boulder
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