September 15, 2021
Capitol Tech Honors Hispanic Heritage Month
September 15th through October 15th of 2021 brings us this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to celebrate those with Spanish, Mexican, Caribbean, Central American, and South American heritage. In honor of the holiday, this edition of the Capitology blog will highlight a few individuals with Hispanic heritage that have made invaluable advancements to STEM fields.
June 8, 2020
Capitol Tech’s Fusion Lab prepares students for cutting-edge STEM careers through hands-on, interdisciplinary technology projects
Dr. Alex 'Sandy' Antunes, in addition to teaching courses in the Bachelor of Science in Astronautical Engineering program, runs the Fusion Lab, which is Capitol Tech's makerspace and focuses on preparing students for STEM careers through hands-on, interdisciplinary technology projects.
August 23, 2018
Aging International Space Station (ISS) still a beacon of global co-operation
As the International Space Station (ISS), a beacon of global co-operation, nears the end of its mission, now might be the perfect time for an ISS sighting. Find out how you can catch a glimpse of the sky’s third brightest object.
July 31, 2018
Astronautical Engineering Course Spotlight – Ground Systems Engineering
Astronautical engineering bachelor’s students at Capitol Technology University, learn the basics of ground systems engineering and apply it to real-life inspired scenarios in Capitol’s Space Flight Operations Training Center.