A small satellite designed and built by a Grant County company with Taylor University ties is in low-earth orbit following its release Tuesday evening from the International Space Station.
The United States Air Force has selected ELEOsat, a small satellite designed by Taylor University students, for launch into low-orbit.
December Taylor University graduate Chandler Chapman has been selected for the Orr Entrepreneurial Fellowship program, an Indianapolis-based, selective program that seeks to develop Indiana’s next generation of entrepreneurs.
Senior math and physics major spent eight weeks working at CERN, the European Council for Nuclear Research.
A commercial satellite from Indiana with Taylor University and Upland connections has arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) following a successful launch by NASA from Wallops Island, Virginia, on Sunday, July 13.
Following three launch delays, the Taylor University nanosatellite was launched aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Good Friday from Cape Canaveral, Florida.