Tag: Arizona State University
May 2, 2022 / Scott Bordow
A space mission that welcomes students onboard
Over 4,000 students and lifelong learners from across the nation have taken part in ASU’s Psyche Student Collaborations. Read the story
January 21, 2020 / Karin Valentine
ASU-led NASA Psyche mission offers free online course on team building from leadership experts
While the spacecraft and instruments of the NASA Psyche Mission are being designed and built in preparation for launch to the Psyche asteroid in 2022, the mission management team at Arizona...
July 3, 2019 / Brooke Owen
NASA Psyche space mission arts program seeking undergraduates nationwide
The ASU-led NASA Psyche Mission is inviting undergraduate students from any university or community college in the U.S. and its territories to apply to become one of the space mission’s featured...
May 7, 2019 / Karin Valentine
ASU-led NASA Psyche Mission invites the public to be ‘spacecrafty’
The ASU-led NASA Psyche Mission, a journey to a unique metal world, has been inspiring professional and amateur artists since the announcement of the mission’s selection by NASA in early 2017....
April 18, 2019 / Karin Valentine
ASU-led NASA Psyche Mission to offer free online courses to learn about space exploration
The NASA Psyche Mission is a journey to a unique metal world called Psyche, an asteroid orbiting the sun between Mars and Jupiter. The mission is currently in development and the spacecraft will...
January 30, 2019 / Karin Valentine
NASA’s Psyche Mission inspires science and engineering students nationwide
While instruments and components of the spacecraft are under development across the country, the Psyche Mission management team, led by Arizona State University, is working with universities...
December 18, 2018 / Alexandra Cook
NASA’s Psyche mission comes to life through the creativity of a team of artists
Piloted at ASU last year, NASA Psyche mission’s “Psyche Inspired” program was expanded nationally this fall to include 15 interns from ASU and eight other institutions. The interns study...