Conceptual Light Attack Aircraft Design, and The Evolution of the U.S. Space Program and its Impact on Society
Ayscue, Will, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia
This thesis portfolio contains two separate works. The first is a technical report on the design of a conceptual light attack aircraft. This objective of this project was to submit a design report for the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics annual undergraduate student design competition. The second piece is a research paper on the United States' space program and its impact on American society. This was done by tracking the evolution of the space program through the eyes of American and global media. It describes the benefits and critiques of the program, and the new technologies made possible by the American effort to explore outer space.
BS (Bachelor of Science)
NASA, Space Technologies, Aircraft Design, Light Attack Aircraft
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