The March Equinox: The First Day of Spring

March 18, 2022
With the changing of the seasons, changes within our solar system are happening as well.
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Space Flight Operations Training Center (SFOTC): Frequently Asked Questions

January 14, 2020
Capitol host numerous open houses throughout the year, the next open house is scheduled for January 25, 2020 at 9:30 am. Open houses provide prospective students and parents with the opportunity to visit University labs, dorms, meet professors and interact with current students and alumni.
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With new facility, Capitol Technology University offers enhanced satellite op training

September 29, 2017
Learning to command and control and spacecraft requires both knowledge and practice, but being able to obtain hands-on training is often a challenge for students.
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Interview: Rishabh Maharaja

May 16, 2017
Project Hermes, a student-led endeavor that investigates command and control of satellites using the TCP-IP protocol, originated with an idea put forward by Capitol professor Rishabh Maharaja while teaching a class at the university.
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Capitol Students Participate in RockSat-X, Launch Debris-Capturing Experiment

September 16, 2016
An August 17 rocket launch from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility carried student experiments from eight US universities and community colleges – and Capitol Technology University was among them.
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SatNOGS node created at Capitol

August 10, 2016
Receiving data from CubeSats and other Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites can be tricky: their passes over a given location last only a few minutes. That’s not enough time to download images and other large files.
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