The Carthage Experiment: A Zero Gravity Fuel Gauge
Carthage Microgravity Team leader Kim Schultz ’12, walks you through this year’s NASA experiment.
Carthage Microgravity Trip 2011
The 2011 Carthage Microgravity Team’s trip to Houston to perform experiments for NASA in zero-g.
An Interview with Prof. Kevin Crosby
Physics professor Kevin Crosby talks about the Carthage microgravity program and this year’s research project for NASA’s Systems Engineering Educational Discovery Program.
NASA 2011: Fitted for Flight
In this video, Carthage Microgravity Team member Stephanie Finnvik talks about getting her official NASA flight suit.
Floating in Zero Gravity
The Carthage Microgravity Team was selected to participate in NASA’s Systems Engineering Educational Discovery program for the fourth consecutive year. On April 5-6, 2011, students flew aboard NASA’s zero gravity aircraft conducting their experiments. Watch the students as they float, flip and spin — all in the name of science.
NASA 2011: First Day at Ellington Field
The Carthage Microgravity Team is conducting research for NASA as part of the 2011 Systems Engineering Educational Discovery program, or SEED.
NASA 2011: Getting Ready for TRR
The students will meet with NASA scientists on Monday, April 4, 2011, for a Test Readiness Review, or TRR, to make sure their experiment is ready for flight.