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Offline Chris Bergin

Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #40 on: 09/10/2019 09:10 pm »
Hello guys! My name is Jan and I am currently studying aerospace engeneering at the university of Stuttgart in Germany.
I started reading on this forum in highschool while writing my essay about electric propulsion for spacetravel for physics class. I was fascinated by the sheer amount of information. From then on I started reading pretty much every day and of course there was nothing else I wanted to study other than aerospace engeneering. ;) I'm currently at the end of my bachelor and in an internship at a large german aerospace company, working on the development and production of big parts for launch vehicles from all over the world -> I love it!

I am starting with my master this winter and would really love to use this chance to gain access to the L2 section to gather more indepth information for my studies. Hopefully studying isn't going to be compromised by all the time I'm going to spend there reading up on the newest stuff and discussing ideas. ^^
Thank you for this opportunity!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #41 on: 09/10/2019 09:14 pm »
Hello guys! My name is Jan and I am currently studying aerospace engeneering at the university of Stuttgart in Germany.
I started reading on this forum in highschool while writing my essay about electric propulsion for spacetravel for physics class. I was fascinated by the sheer amount of information. From then on I started reading pretty much every day and of course there was nothing else I wanted to study other than aerospace engeneering. ;) I'm currently at the end of my bachelor and in an internship at a large german aerospace company, working on the development and production of big parts for launch vehicles from all over the world -> I love it!

I am starting with my master this winter and would really love to use this chance to gain access to the L2 section to gather more indepth information for my studies. Hopefully studying isn't going to be compromised by all the time I'm going to spend there reading up on the newest stuff and discussing ideas. ^^
Thank you for this opportunity!

And you're in! :) PM sent with the overview.

Your sponsor is leovinus.

Thank you leovinus for giving me this opportunity! Can't wait to explore the L2 content :)

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #42 on: 09/11/2019 01:20 am »
Hi! My name is Phillip and I am currently studying aerospace engineering at Penn State University. I've been a long-time visitor of NSF and just recently made an account to post something in the AMOS-17 thread. L2 would be useful for me as it will give me up to date information on current space news/scientific breakthroughs and also act as a database where I can learn more about older space projects. Thank you!

Offline Chris Bergin

Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #43 on: 09/11/2019 02:38 am »
Hi! My name is Phillip and I am currently studying aerospace engineering at Penn State University. I've been a long-time visitor of NSF and just recently made an account to post something in the AMOS-17 thread. L2 would be useful for me as it will give me up to date information on current space news/scientific breakthroughs and also act as a database where I can learn more about older space projects. Thank you!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #44 on: 09/11/2019 02:56 am »
Hi, my name is Michael. I am currently a junior at Lassiter High School and am enrolled in the PLTW Aeronautical Engineering course. Other than the enjoyment from reading through the posts, access to the L2 would greatly help when preparing presentations for class on past and present aeronautical achievements.
        Thanks for your consideration, Michael

Offline Chris Bergin

Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #45 on: 09/11/2019 03:12 am »
Hi, my name is Michael. I am currently a junior at Lassiter High School and am enrolled in the PLTW Aeronautical Engineering course. Other than the enjoyment from reading through the posts, access to the L2 would greatly help when preparing presentations for class on past and present aeronautical achievements.
        Thanks for your consideration, Michael


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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #46 on: 09/11/2019 06:12 am »
YES! And I was right. L2 is damn cool. Might need more than the year to get through this. ;D THanks! And THanks to David!

It's a pleasure Bart, and good luck with your studies!

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« Reply #47 on: 09/11/2019 09:35 am »
Hey! My name is Ben, I'm from the Czech Republic and am a freshman at the University of Glasgow studying for a degree in Computing Science. I've been lurking here for quite some time now, originally brought over from r/SpaceX, lured by the great coverage of SpaceX by the NSF team.
I've been interested in astronomy and spaceflight since early childhood; I've done classes at the local observatory, participated with projects in ESA contests and, the biggest achievement so far, this summer I've done an internship with a major European space company. Combining my major with my love for aerospace, I'd love to become a flight software engineer someday :)
Reading through various sources at NSF helped me become well-oriented in spaceflight industry to the point where my internship mentor would be sometime quite surprised about the things I knew. I believe NSF L2 would help me delve even more into the spaceflight world to broaden this knowledge to eventually repay by working in the industry.
I hope I'm not late to the party but figured it'd be well worth the shot :)

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #48 on: 09/11/2019 10:28 am »
Hello guys! My name is Jan and I am currently studying aerospace engeneering at the university of Stuttgart in Germany.
I started reading on this forum in highschool while writing my essay about electric propulsion for spacetravel for physics class. I was fascinated by the sheer amount of information. From then on I started reading pretty much every day and of course there was nothing else I wanted to study other than aerospace engeneering. ;) I'm currently at the end of my bachelor and in an internship at a large german aerospace company, working on the development and production of big parts for launch vehicles from all over the world -> I love it!

I am starting with my master this winter and would really love to use this chance to gain access to the L2 section to gather more indepth information for my studies. Hopefully studying isn't going to be compromised by all the time I'm going to spend there reading up on the newest stuff and discussing ideas. ^^
Thank you for this opportunity!

And you're in! :) PM sent with the overview.

Your sponsor is leovinus.

Thank you leovinus for giving me this opportunity! Can't wait to explore the L2 content :)

You are welcome! Enjoy, and “reach for the stars” :)

Offline Chris Bergin

Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #49 on: 09/11/2019 01:08 pm »
Hey! My name is Ben, I'm from the Czech Republic and am a freshman at the University of Glasgow studying for a degree in Computing Science. I've been lurking here for quite some time now, originally brought over from r/SpaceX, lured by the great coverage of SpaceX by the NSF team.
I've been interested in astronomy and spaceflight since early childhood; I've done classes at the local observatory, participated with projects in ESA contests and, the biggest achievement so far, this summer I've done an internship with a major European space company. Combining my major with my love for aerospace, I'd love to become a flight software engineer someday :)
Reading through various sources at NSF helped me become well-oriented in spaceflight industry to the point where my internship mentor would be sometime quite surprised about the things I knew. I believe NSF L2 would help me delve even more into the spaceflight world to broaden this knowledge to eventually repay by working in the industry.
I hope I'm not late to the party but figured it'd be well worth the shot :)


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Offline Chris Bergin

Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #50 on: 09/12/2019 03:27 am »
Should state, we still have spots available (per a message asking when more spots will be available). We had a rush, but yep - we still have more to go. :)
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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #51 on: 09/12/2019 10:44 am »
Hi everyone. I'm Simon and I'm working through a degree in erospace engineering at University of Liverpool. My e-mail is the ac.uk as verification. I'm signed up just now on the membership, but have been following the news site for years. I'd love L2 access as I saw some amazing references to L2 content looking into capability work in there in a number of articles based on future vehicles and that looks really useful to me.

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #52 on: 09/12/2019 11:46 am »
Hi everyone. I'm Simon and I'm working through a degree in erospace engineering at University of Liverpool. My e-mail is the ac.uk as verification. I'm signed up just now on the membership, but have been following the news site for years. I'd love L2 access as I saw some amazing references to L2 content looking into capability work in there in a number of articles based on future vehicles and that looks really useful to me.

Hi Simon -

 And you're in. Check your messages and confirmation, overview link to rules etc.

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #53 on: 09/12/2019 12:53 pm »
Hi everyone. I'm Simon and I'm working through a degree in erospace engineering at University of Liverpool. My e-mail is the ac.uk as verification. I'm signed up just now on the membership, but have been following the news site for years. I'd love L2 access as I saw some amazing references to L2 content looking into capability work in there in a number of articles based on future vehicles and that looks really useful to me.

Hi Simon -

 And you're in. Check your messages and confirmation, overview link to rules etc.

 Your sponsor is mikes.

Thanks mate and thanks Mikes!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #54 on: 09/12/2019 10:09 pm »
Hi!

My name is Josh and I'm studying mechanical engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. I've always been interested in aerospace though and am looking to apply to some positions over the summer. L2 access would be useful to me as I really like being up to date on current space activities and would also like to access historical archives (specifically on the Shuttle).

Thanks, and have a good day!

Offline Chris Bergin

Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #55 on: 09/12/2019 10:12 pm »
Hi!

My name is Josh and I'm studying mechanical engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. I've always been interested in aerospace though and am looking to apply to some positions over the summer. L2 access would be useful to me as I really like being up to date on current space activities and would also like to access historical archives (specifically on the Shuttle).

Thanks, and have a good day!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #56 on: 09/13/2019 12:20 am »
Hey! I'm Paul and I'm at Embry-Riddle, Aerospace engineering. Always love NSF news and I've been known to go into the forum but never had the guts to post yet. Now I have to as I'd love L2. I have a friend who has that access and he loves it, so yes please if someone is willing to sponsor me!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #57 on: 09/13/2019 12:38 am »
Hope there's space for me too! Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M. Hoping to get into NASA or one of the commercial companies. Having L2 would give me more info to what it takes to get into the profession, so I would be really appreciative.

Thanks Chris and thanks to the sponsors!

Offline Chris Bergin

Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #58 on: 09/13/2019 01:30 am »
Hey! I'm Paul and I'm at Embry-Riddle, Aerospace engineering. Always love NSF news and I've been known to go into the forum but never had the guts to post yet. Now I have to as I'd love L2. I have a friend who has that access and he loves it, so yes please if someone is willing to sponsor me!


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Offline Chris Bergin

Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #59 on: 09/13/2019 01:31 am »
Hope there's space for me too! Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M. Hoping to get into NASA or one of the commercial companies. Having L2 would give me more info to what it takes to get into the profession, so I would be really appreciative.

Thanks Chris and thanks to the sponsors!

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