UWF student researches ways to improve space mission instruments

UWF student researches ways to improve space mission instruments

UWF student researches ways to improve space mission instruments

Andria Palmer, a senior physics major at UWF, spent her summer at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics researching and testing methods to improve the instruments used in space missions.

Palmer participated in CU-Boulder’s Summer Multicultural Access to Research Training program, which is facilitated through Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates. Summer REUs provide hands-on immersion in research and an introduction to graduate education at a leading university. Twenty-five students, including Palmer, participated in the summer research experience at CU-Boulder.

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