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The University of Inha inspires joint research with NASA NASA.
The University of Inha will visit NASA NASA earlier this month to check the progress of collaborative research on the technique of solar probes, while prof. In-Ha IST and professors belonging to GRDC, on 18.
Next month, NASA employees will visit the Inha University to discuss specific joint research directions.
Researchers, Kim Hae-hwan, Kim Ki-woo, Kim Joo-hyung and Kang Jae-young, visited the Inha University during numerous research meetings with Langley researchers during a visit to discuss the basic technologies needed to develop the probe.
10 people attended the Langley Institute, including Dr. Robert Bryant, Dr. Sang Choi, Robert Moses, Dr. Keith Belvin, Graupner Kimberly E., Fay and Dr. Catharine C.
In particular, they focused on technologies that allow the spread of over 400m of film, which is the basic technology of the solar sails probe, which is only 1/10 of the hair (less than 3μm) in thickness and the development of cosmic materials that can withstand extreme cosmic environments.
A solar probe can accelerate up to 30% of the beam with a space probe that uses the radiation pressure generated by photons emitted by the sun.
Theoretically, for three weeks you can fly from Earth to Mars, which is called the dream probe.
Next month, Dr. Robert Moses, who is responsible for the development of the housing system for manned Moon exploration and Mars exploration, visits the Inha University personally.
Kimberly, director of the NASA Technology Transfer Department, will visit Korea early next year to discuss the Lab-to-Market (L2M) program, which will introduce NASA technology and develop it together.
The University of Inha is to launch the program from the beginning of next year, as soon as it agrees to carry out a student exchange program with the National Institute of Aerospace (NIA), a contract with the Langley Institute.
NIA is a coalition of eight universities, including Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech, prestigious universities in the United States.
The University of Inha is working on the "Helios project", an agreement reached between the NASA Langley Institute last March and the Space Agreement (SAA), a private agreement that allows NASA to participate in space development research.
In April of the same year, IST-NASA established the International Joint Research Center for Exploration and Exploration of Space,
"The IST-NASA International Space Research Center will explore and develop the key technologies of the next-generation deep-sea probe, Solar Sail, through joint research with NASA," said Professor Kim Ju-hyung, head of IST. He said.
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