[Cross-posted from Kentucky Space] Sure we're known for creating hardware now on the International Space Station, and for our work with Cubesats. The two-unit Cosmic X-ray Background Nanosatellite, built by Morehead State University to characterize remnant X-ray radiation from the Big Bang, will fly in early August. But we also work to introduce young people to space as a way to encourage them to consider a career in the STEM disciplines. After all, a space program has to have a steady stream of talented and skilled people to flourish.


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