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Online Chris Bergin

Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #20 on: 09/10/2019 12:18 pm »
Hi everyone. Long time member, but now a student. I'm Bart, at Virginia Tech studying Advanced Math and hoping to apply it in the space industry. Let's all be honest, we would love L2 for all the cool stuff, but I see from previous L2 student threads people find it really info heavy and while NSF is great, more info heavy sections will be easier to follow and learn from.

Hi Bart -

Nice and honest! ;D And you're in. Your sponsor is Octavo (David). Check your PMs.
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« Reply #21 on: 09/10/2019 12:22 pm »
Hi, I'm Paul

Currently I am studying computer science with a particular focus on cloud architecture and cloud based applications.

As it happens, I have a personal hobby of creating 3D renders and animations. I would use the information in L2 to help create awesome renders, infographics and animations of everything spaceflight related.

Thanks for everyone's consideration.



And you're in, Paul -

As with other, check your PMs for the overview, confirmation :)

Your sponsor is Perchlorate (Pete).

Thanks!
Chris.
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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #22 on: 09/10/2019 04:18 pm »
Hi everyone. Long time member, but now a student. I'm Bart, at Virginia Tech studying Advanced Math and hoping to apply it in the space industry. Let's all be honest, we would love L2 for all the cool stuff, but I see from previous L2 student threads people find it really info heavy and while NSF is great, more info heavy sections will be easier to follow and learn from.

Hi Bart -

Nice and honest! ;D And you're in. Your sponsor is Octavo (David). Check your PMs.

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!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #23 on: 09/10/2019 05:52 pm »
Hey, I'm Noah. I'm studying Aerospace Engineering at Massbay community college. I think L2 would be useful for me because I love all things spaceflight and tend to lurk this site a lot, even if I'm not logged in and commenting. I had L2 when I was in high school and had a job, and it lead me to the best experience of my life, when me and my dad saw the launch of JCSAT-16 in person! Since then, school had started to take up too much of my time for me to hold a job, so I had to drop my subscription. I'm amazed that so many people are helping with a program like this, and I'd be really grateful if you would include me, although I completely understand if you don't choose me. Thanks, and have a great day!

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« Reply #24 on: 09/10/2019 05:55 pm »
Hey, I'm Noah. I'm studying Aerospace Engineering at Massbay community college. I think L2 would be useful for me because I love all things spaceflight and tend to lurk this site a lot, even if I'm not logged in and commenting. I had L2 when I was in high school and had a job, and it lead me to the best experience of my life, when me and my dad saw the launch of JCSAT-16 in person! Since then, school had started to take up too much of my time for me to hold a job, so I had to drop my subscription. I'm amazed that so many people are helping with a program like this, and I'd be really grateful if you would include me, although I completely understand if you don't choose me. Thanks, and have a great day!

Super! And you're in Noah! Sent you a PM with the quick overview/rules.

Your spnosr is Cosmicvoid (Thomas)
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« Reply #25 on: 09/10/2019 06:59 pm »
Hi! My name is Jack, and I'm a 2nd year Aerospace Engineering student at the University of Central Florida.

I've been on NSF for a bit, but I usually lurk. You might have seen my videos around! Having access to L2 would be a great information resource, and would let me research the topics that I'm interested in even further.

Thanks!
Jack


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« Reply #26 on: 09/10/2019 07:02 pm »
Hi! I am Tucker J, duel majoring in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at West Virginia University.

L2 access would be incredibly useful to me in two ways; as a member of the WVU Experimental Rocketry club, it would give us an additional resource of information to pull from. Secondly, as a huge space and rocketry fan, access would give me a means to find real-world applications to the theories I am learning in class, reinforcing my learning.

Thank you for the opportunity to access this great resource!

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« Reply #27 on: 09/10/2019 07:11 pm »
Hi! My name is Jack, and I'm a 2nd year Aerospace Engineering student at the University of Central Florida.

I've been on NSF for a bit, but I usually lurk. You might have seen my videos around! Having access to L2 would be a great information resource, and would let me research the topics that I'm interested in even further.

Thanks!
Jack



Hey Jack -

 And you're in :) Check your PM - and your sponsor is Lar. :)
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« Reply #28 on: 09/10/2019 07:13 pm »
Hi! I am Tucker J, duel majoring in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at West Virginia University.

L2 access would be incredibly useful to me in two ways; as a member of the WVU Experimental Rocketry club, it would give us an additional resource of information to pull from. Secondly, as a huge space and rocketry fan, access would give me a means to find real-world applications to the theories I am learning in class, reinforcing my learning.

Thank you for the opportunity to access this great resource!

Annnnd you're in :) As you can guess by now, check your PM for the overview.

Your sponsor is Tony (catdlr).

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« Reply #29 on: 09/10/2019 07:19 pm »
Hello!
My name is Jefferson and i'm currently a student at NC State studying Computer engineering (hoping to go into avionics somewhere).

I've only had an account for a little bit here but i've been lurking for years. L2 access would be great as it would help me get a better understanding of the engineering that goes into rocketry. Also since my college has a Liquid Rocketry Lab the info would be useful to us!

Thanks!
- Jefferson

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« Reply #30 on: 09/10/2019 07:22 pm »
Hello!
My name is Jefferson and i'm currently a student at NC State studying Computer engineering (hoping to go into avionics somewhere).

I've only had an account for a little bit here but i've been lurking for years. L2 access would be great as it would help me get a better understanding of the engineering that goes into rocketry. Also since my college has a Liquid Rocketry Lab the info would be useful to us!

Thanks!
- Jefferson

We've got a rush on our hands. About half way through the allocation now (note to all)...

Thanks Jefferson and you're in :) Check your PM for the overview confirmation.

Your Sponsor is Ken (the bin).
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« Reply #31 on: 09/10/2019 07:37 pm »
Hello, My name is Bradley Dennis, and I am currently a freshman at the University of Maryland - College Park. I am going to study aerospace engineering with the hopes of joining the teams at one of the many space companies that are followed here, be it NASA, SpaceX, Blue Origin, etc.

L2 access would be useful as so far much of my studies have been self-taught through books and many online sources and I have been hoping to expand upon those with current topics, sources, and more in-depth information.

Thank you all so much for the continuous information and thank you to the sponsors to help give students access to this kind of information and foster curiosity.

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« Reply #32 on: 09/10/2019 08:00 pm »
Hello, my name is Isaac. I am currently a senior in high school taking math and science courses at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Aerospace and astronautical engineering are the two majors that I am looking to study. Access to L2 would give me valuable insight into the space industry and the breakthroughs in space exploration. As an aspiring engineer, I would love to see the development process and understand the field I hope to eventually work in.

Thank you for the chance for this awesome opportunity!
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« Reply #33 on: 09/10/2019 08:09 pm »
Hello, My name is Bradley Dennis, and I am currently a freshman at the University of Maryland - College Park. I am going to study aerospace engineering with the hopes of joining the teams at one of the many space companies that are followed here, be it NASA, SpaceX, Blue Origin, etc.

L2 access would be useful as so far much of my studies have been self-taught through books and many online sources and I have been hoping to expand upon those with current topics, sources, and more in-depth information.

Thank you all so much for the continuous information and thank you to the sponsors to help give students access to this kind of information and foster curiosity.


Hey Bradley -

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

 Your sponsor is Moonwatcher (Robert).
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« Reply #34 on: 09/10/2019 08:14 pm »
Hello, my name is Isaac. I am currently a senior in high school taking math and science courses at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Aerospace and astronautical engineering are the two majors that I am looking to study. Access to L2 would give me valuable insight into the space industry and the breakthroughs in space exploration. As an aspiring engineer, I would love to see the development process and understand the field I hope to eventually work in.

Thank you for the chance for this awesome opportunity!

Thanks Isaac -

 And you're in - PM sent! :)

 Your sponsor is "rocketmont" (Scott).
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« Reply #35 on: 09/10/2019 08:26 pm »
Hi! My name is Erik and I'm a 2nd year physics student at the university of Seville and I would be thrilled to work in a space related job in the future.
I'd love to get into L2 because I've always had an interest in all spaceflight-related things, and I love reading information on them and watching old footage.

PS I don't have a .edu address but I do have a .us.es, I guess thats fine?

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« Reply #36 on: 09/10/2019 08:32 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!

Online Chris Bergin

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« Reply #37 on: 09/10/2019 08:46 pm »
Hi! My name is Erik and I'm a 2nd year physics student at the university of Seville and I would be thrilled to work in a space related job in the future.
I'd love to get into L2 because I've always had an interest in all spaceflight-related things, and I love reading information on them and watching old footage.

PS I don't have a .edu address but I do have a .us.es, I guess thats fine?

Yep, the overseas version works just as well as .edu.

 And you're in. PM Sent. :)

 Your sponsor is André Carmel.
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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #38 on: 09/10/2019 09:06 pm »
Hello!
My name is Jefferson and i'm currently a student at NC State studying Computer engineering (hoping to go into avionics somewhere).

I've only had an account for a little bit here but i've been lurking for years. L2 access would be great as it would help me get a better understanding of the engineering that goes into rocketry. Also since my college has a Liquid Rocketry Lab the info would be useful to us!

Thanks!
- Jefferson

We've got a rush on our hands. About half way through the allocation now (note to all)...

Thanks Jefferson and you're in :) Check your PM for the overview confirmation.

Your Sponsor is Ken (the bin).

Congrats, NextGen/Jefferson, and enjoy!   :) :)    I'm not your sponsor, but am for a couple of others.  And I'm an NCSU alumnus, Civil Engineering, Class of 1969 (Yeesh, that's a long time ago!)

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #39 on: 09/10/2019 09:09 pm »
Hi, I'm Paul

Currently I am studying computer science with a particular focus on cloud architecture and cloud based applications.

As it happens, I have a personal hobby of creating 3D renders and animations. I would use the information in L2 to help create awesome renders, infographics and animations of everything spaceflight related.

Thanks for everyone's consideration.



And you're in, Paul -

As with other, check your PMs for the overview, confirmation :)

Your sponsor is Perchlorate (Pete).

Thanks!
Chris.

Happy to help a little, DarkSeraph!  Enjoy!!!   :) :)

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