“Its part of being human, every action we endure for greater, is what makes the world a better place.”
I speak in behalf of my team. I alone is not the driver of the team, it would be shying the talent of other man that leads the team, Ethan Sherlock.
We all share one goal amongst all of students, from the most experienced senior members to the first year freshman. We believe in designing a vehicle that is the finest edge of science, where every component is designed around each system in order to reach our ultimate goal. Take home pride our hard work. We believe in each member that runs CFD, creates designs, machine parts, write code, pack parachutes, outreach heartlines; for the first time in the lifetime of our college, a true, dedicated rocketry team has come to fruition. We want to hit 10000ft so we can assert our knowledge, deploy a lunar dust microgravity experiment to further develop and promote the sleeper of the giant problem of landing on the moon, a space harpoon to start advancing research on new techniques for orbital debris removal to weaken the Kessler syndrome. These are modern day challenges, this is what inspire us, challenges that make us innovate and push the limits of design, challenges that changes the world, challenges that make us persevere. No system is overlooked, recovery is quad-redundant to make sure we get home safe, avionics transmit experimental payload data and redundant flight data to enhance scientific value, , airframe is armored for survivability, gyroscopic GPS transmitted high gain omnidirectional antennas to determine flight course in real-time and retrieve our rocket & experiments every time.
We are a team that doesn't stop, every day mounting up the challenges of yesterday, we are inspired in the way we see things.
I couldn't make a bio that solely describes me, as a leader, I spend every wake chance maturing my team. Being part of such a dedicated team has served as my life's calling, this is where I want to be, this is what defines me. In my heart, when we succeeded, the world will change as a result of our endeavor.