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Team Members: William Hambleton, Dakri Nelson, Jeffrey Rollings (team leader), Tim Jackson and Nick Velander. Professors William Garrard and Thomas Shield mentor this team.

    Our team was selected to participate in the February 2001 Reduced Gravity Student Flight Opportunities Program!  This program allows undergraduate students to fly and test their experiments aboard a KC-135A, better known as the "Vomit Comet". This aircraft operates as a reduced gravity laboratory and provides a true weightless environment.


The University of Minnesota Nitinol Research Team would like to thank our sponsors.


Modified by Nick Velander on May 2, 2001.