Student-built satellite uses 'beach ball' for an antenna

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March 09, 2023

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Student-built satellite uses 'beach ball' for an antenna

CatSat is a small satellite carrying a new communications concept – an inflatable antenna – into space. Led by UArizona students and supported by engineers from local aerospace companies, the project offers students a rare chance to get hands-on experience with spaceflight technology.

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Women, men have different motivations for competing, UArizona expert says

Women are as competitive as men, just motivated differently, says the director of the Center for the Philosophy of Freedom, who will discuss her work at the UArizona Wonder House at South by Southwest.

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Food, film and futurists: Here's what's happening in the Wonder House at South by Southwest

Dozens of presentations from UArizona experts, a film festival and more are on tap at this year's Wonder House as the university returns to South by Southwest.

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Poetry Out Loud state finals come to UArizona

The university's Poetry Center will host the Poetry Out Loud state championship in person for the first time on Saturday. High school students from across the state will take part in the competition.

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