Two UOG students attend NASA space grant student symposium


University of Guam students John Tristan Palanca and Allen Jake Aromin presented their research at the Hawaii NASA Space Grant Fellowship and Traineeship Symposium held at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in April.  

Senior Computer Science major Palanca and Senior Secondary Education major Aromin are NASA Space Grant fellows at the University of Guam. During the spring semester, the students chose the Mars Ice Challenge as their research project and designed and built hardware that can extract water from simulated Martian subsurface ice. 

“This fellowship has been a tremendous opportunity and really opened up doors,” said Palanca. “We are so grateful to the Hawaii Space Grant, the University of Guam, and RCUOG.” 

The Hawaii Space Grant Consortium consists of the several universities and community colleges in Hawaii and the University of Guam. (PR)

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