Author Topic: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - Concluded  (Read 32615 times)

Offline Chris Bergin

Later this year we'll be starting the 2019 Scholarship Program. We've already got several scholarships paid for via kind lifetime members sending some extra cash lately (thus placed into scholarships), but we noticed last time around that it could have required a heads up so no eligible student misses out and we prioritize the ones who are current members and not one who sees the thread and sign up and say "me please" :)

This is the 2018 thread:
https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=46089.0

2019 thread will start in a few months.
« Last Edit: 10/11/2019 09:47 pm by Chris Bergin »
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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #1 on: 09/08/2019 02:00 pm »
OK, let's kick off this year's scholarships as we have a good amount of scholarships available. Won't be tweeting this yet, so that regular NSF folk who qualify get first in line. I know it'll take a while to get going as people will need to discover this thread, then I'll tweet it out.

Overview:

Several years ago we started offering students in the fields we cover 50 percent off L2 terms, a student discount. This is still in effect:
https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=37300.0

However, the discount was still not enough for some students, especially at the college (teenager) level who have no disposable income (and some have no access to a credit card I've noticed), so we also ran an idea where current L2 members (or any regular member) of the site could throw in a bit of cash and that would be converted into L2 scholarships.

That was surprisingly successful, with 50 L2 scholarships taken and the majority of whom are still regulars with the site today. Amazingly, it was one of those scholarships who then became a lifetime L2 member is his own right and asked about the option to sponsor a scholarship himself!

Combined with some long-term L2 lifetime members occasionally chipping in a bit more, which I will convert into scholarships to kick this off, we can start another round.

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Becoming a L2 scholarship sponsor:

1) If you are a current L2 member (or otherwise) and want to sponsor a student, you can do so at the discounted rate. The scholarships are a 12 month term, but discounted at the student rate, so each $50 gets one scholarship. There's no limit to how many scholarships you sponsor, but one is amazing enough. Also, it goes without question you're again supporting the site via chipping it to cover its costs.

First, click here to enter our secure payment page. Enter the total that will cover the scholarship. Then send me a PM ( https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?action=pm;sa=send;u=3 )to say it's for a scholarship and how you would like it to appear, such as username or real name, etc. (*you can also post in this thread).

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Applying for a L2 scholarship:

2)If you are a aerospace (or related) student interested in a L2 scholarship, please post the following post into this thread.
a) Name (doesn't have to be full name, it's just better than just your username, given that may be "Sir Rocket-A-Lot").
b) What you are studying and which college/uni. )Verification is via your registered e-mail address (only I can see it in your profile, by the way), be it .edu or ac.uk etc.)
c) How L2 access would be useful to you.

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Allocating student to sponsor will take a few days at most. You will see the response in here and via PM.

Questions can be posted in this thread too.
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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #2 on: 09/08/2019 02:23 pm »
Had this thread on notify, so I'll go first!

My name is Quinn and I'm a high school (Grade 10) student living in Canada.
As I am still in high school, I'm not exactly "studying" aerospace yet, but I am certainly planning on choosing that (or a related) career path and am picking my courses appropriately.

I think L2 would be a great resource for me as I am intrigued by the technical things that seem to be in there. I think I could really learn a lot, and that would be a big help when I go into university and study those topics!
I'll also admit that getting the news before everyone else also seems like a nice perk  ;D

Most of all, thank you to Chris for starting this program and thanks to all the sponsors for giving students the opportunity to get L2! You're the best! 


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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #3 on: 09/08/2019 02:29 pm »
Hey Quinn  -

 And you're in! (Well done having the thread on notification :) )

 Check your PMs for confirmation, rules. Your sponsor is Lar.

Enioy!
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« Reply #4 on: 09/08/2019 08:45 pm »
Thank you for this! Been on the site for a long time. Registered several months ago. Have wanted L2 for a long time.

I'm Malc at Embry-Riddle, studying Aerospace engineering.

My registration is my .edu address.

Thanks!!

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« Reply #5 on: 09/08/2019 08:46 pm »
Hi all, my name is Konstantine, I am a sophomore studying Aerospace Engineering at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Access to L2 would be useful to me not only because am completely fascinated by spaceflight and want to know as much about what is happening as possible, but also because it would provide me with some insight into the different aerospace companies which would help me better decide what type of working environment I might want to go to after college. Thank you all very much, I read the content on this forum several times a day, and it has been an invaluable resource in satisfying my curiosity when it comes to spaceflight.

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #6 on: 09/08/2019 09:25 pm »
Thank you for this! Been on the site for a long time. Registered several months ago. Have wanted L2 for a long time.

I'm Malc at Embry-Riddle, studying Aerospace engineering.

My registration is my .edu address.

Thanks!!

Hey Malc -

 You're in!

 Your sponsor is Perchlorate. Check your PMs for the overview :)
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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #7 on: 09/08/2019 09:30 pm »
Hi all, my name is Konstantine, I am a sophomore studying Aerospace Engineering at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. Access to L2 would be useful to me not only because am completely fascinated by spaceflight and want to know as much about what is happening as possible, but also because it would provide me with some insight into the different aerospace companies which would help me better decide what type of working environment I might want to go to after college. Thank you all very much, I read the content on this forum several times a day, and it has been an invaluable resource in satisfying my curiosity when it comes to spaceflight.

And you're into the program. Check PM message :)

Your sponsor is DrLucky.
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« Reply #8 on: 09/08/2019 10:26 pm »
Thank you for this! Been on the site for a long time. Registered several months ago. Have wanted L2 for a long time.

I'm Malc at Embry-Riddle, studying Aerospace engineering.

My registration is my .edu address.

Thanks!!


Hey Malc -

 You're in!

 Your sponsor is Perchlorate. Check your PMs for the overview :)


Thanks Chris! Just spent some time in there. L2 is amazing!

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« Reply #9 on: 09/09/2019 03:23 am »
Thank you for this! Been on the site for a long time. Registered several months ago. Have wanted L2 for a long time.

I'm Malc at Embry-Riddle, studying Aerospace engineering.

My registration is my .edu address.

Thanks!!


Hey Malc -

 You're in!

 Your sponsor is Perchlorate. Check your PMs for the overview :)


Thanks Chris! Just spent some time in there. L2 is amazing!

Congratulations, Malc.  Happy to help in this small way.  Enjoy!!

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #10 on: 09/09/2019 02:33 pm »
Hi - I'm Eddy and I'm moving through Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M. I want to work for SpaceX or one of the commercial space companies and L2 would help train me towards how the industry works as well as the awesome site here.

Thanks for your consideration! :)

PS My email is registered to my edu account.

PPS Been a member here for a while, but first post. Like the anti-spam question "Jeff Who?"

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #11 on: 09/09/2019 02:57 pm »
Hi - I'm Eddy and I'm moving through Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M. I want to work for SpaceX or one of the commercial space companies and L2 would help train me towards how the industry works as well as the awesome site here.

Thanks for your consideration! :)

PS My email is registered to my edu account.

PPS Been a member here for a while, but first post. Like the anti-spam question "Jeff Who?"

And you're in. Check your PM messages. Your sponsor is Ken (The Bin)
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« Reply #12 on: 09/09/2019 03:14 pm »
Thanks! I'm in and immediately found something I really, really helpful!!

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« Reply #13 on: 09/09/2019 04:29 pm »
Can UK folk get in too? I'm studying aerospace engineering in Manchester. I've not got a .edu address, that's some American thing, but do have my ac account as my e-mail here to verify!

I already find NSF really useful. I'm not going to claim L2 would be an amazing help as I don't know what L2 is like, but I gather it's great and every little helps! :)

Not really selling myself here am I :D

Oh and I'm Mike. Vike is my nickname.
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« Reply #14 on: 09/09/2019 04:33 pm »
Thanks! I'm in and immediately found something I really, really helpful!!

Welcome, and enjoy your L2 access.

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Re: L2 Student Scholarship Program 2019 - NOW OPEN
« Reply #15 on: 09/09/2019 04:40 pm »
Can UK folk get in too? I'm studying aerospace engineering in Manchester. I've not got a .edu address, that's some American thing, but do have my ac account as my e-mail here to verify!

I already find NSF really useful. I'm not going to claim L2 would be an amazing help as I don't know what L2 is like, but I gather it's great and every little helps! :)

Not really selling myself here am I :D

Oh and I'm Mike. Vike is my nickname.

Yep! And you're in. Your sponsor is Nigel (AnalogMan). Check your messages :)
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« Reply #16 on: 09/10/2019 02:33 am »
Thanks for doing this! Missed out last year, but registered out of guest mode to catch this time around.

Andy, studying aerospace engineering. L2 would be great as it'll let me get ahead of the curve on new vehicles.

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« Reply #17 on: 09/10/2019 03:09 am »
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.

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« Reply #18 on: 09/10/2019 10:33 am »
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.

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« Reply #19 on: 09/10/2019 12:16 pm »
Thanks for doing this! Missed out last year, but registered out of guest mode to catch this time around.

Andy, studying aerospace engineering. L2 would be great as it'll let me get ahead of the curve on new vehicles.

Hey Andy -

 And you're in. Your sponsor is Tony (catdlr). Check your PM :)
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« 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!
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« 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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« 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.

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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.

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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!

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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! :)

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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!

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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. :)

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« 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.

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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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« 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.



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Thanks!
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« 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!

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

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« 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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« 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!

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« 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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« 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

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« 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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« 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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« 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 ďreach for the starsĒ :)

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« 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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« 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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« 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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« 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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« 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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« 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!

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« 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!

Welcome Josh and you're in :) PM sent.

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« 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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« 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!

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« 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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« 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!

And there is Sarah! Welcome and you're in and PM sent.

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« Reply #60 on: 09/13/2019 07:50 am »
Hey everyone! My name is Walker and I'm an Aero/Astro Master's student at Stanford. I'm taking a course this year where we design and build a sounding rocket (search "AA 284" on https://explorecourses.stanford.edu/ to learn more). I know access to resources on L2 would be hugely helpful for this. Thanks :)

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« Reply #61 on: 09/13/2019 11:27 am »
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!

Welcome Josh and you're in :) PM sent.

Your sponsor is Perchlorate (Pete).

I like Booster Rockets, too, Josh!  Glad to help a little; enjoy L2!

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« Reply #62 on: 09/13/2019 12:03 pm »
Hey everyone! My name is Walker and I'm an Aero/Astro Master's student at Stanford. I'm taking a course this year where we design and build a sounding rocket (search "AA 284" on https://explorecourses.stanford.edu/ to learn more). I know access to resources on L2 would be hugely helpful for this. Thanks :)

Hey Walker -

 Well that's awesome! And you're in!

 Your sponsor is Tony (catdlr). Check your PM :)
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« Reply #63 on: 09/14/2019 12:19 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


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

Your sponsor is Cosmicvoid (Thomas)

Thank you, Cosmicvoid!  And thank you Chris for having this scholarship program!  I'm looking forward to diving into the content.

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« Reply #64 on: 09/15/2019 12:40 am »
Hello. I'm Matt and studying Aerospace engineering at CU Boulder. I'm hoping to learn more via L2 and will be shooting for an internship at ULA! :)

Thanks to anyone who wants to sponsor me! :)

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« Reply #65 on: 09/15/2019 01:33 am »
Hope I'm in time.

My name is Paul. My e-mail is my edu confirmation.

I'm working through my Aerospace Engineering studies at Georga Tech and I'd really find L2 helpful if this site is the constant standard. Been here as a guest for a long time now, but logged in based on this awesome offer!

Thanks!

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« Reply #66 on: 09/15/2019 12:12 pm »
Hello. I'm Matt and studying Aerospace engineering at CU Boulder. I'm hoping to learn more via L2 and will be shooting for an internship at ULA! :)

Thanks to anyone who wants to sponsor me! :)

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« Reply #67 on: 09/15/2019 12:14 pm »
Hope I'm in time.

My name is Paul. My e-mail is my edu confirmation.

I'm working through my Aerospace Engineering studies at Georga Tech and I'd really find L2 helpful if this site is the constant standard. Been here as a guest for a long time now, but logged in based on this awesome offer!

Thanks!

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« Reply #68 on: 09/15/2019 06:42 pm »
Hope I'm in time.

My name is Paul. My e-mail is my edu confirmation.

I'm working through my Aerospace Engineering studies at Georga Tech and I'd really find L2 helpful if this site is the constant standard. Been here as a guest for a long time now, but logged in based on this awesome offer!

Thanks!

And you're in Paul! Check PMs :)

You sponsor is Jeff (Dr Lucky).


Thank you so much! L2 looks huge! This will be so helpful!

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« Reply #69 on: 09/16/2019 12:57 am »
Hi, hope Iím not too late.

My name is Jaxon, I live in Australia and heading toward my last 3 senior years of high school. Itís a specialised aviation school which allows me to enrol in subjects such as aerospace studies, graphics and later into engineering subjects.

Iím attending the 5 day advanced Space Camp in October 2019 at Huntsville AL, which is going to be an amazing experience and hope to learn from greatly.

My career goal is to work in the Rocket Propulsion sector and aiming to further my career in aerospace engineering at university.

Love everything about rockets, space and companies involved in this. Australia is planning future rocket launches and know I will be involved along the line once Iíve completed my studies.

Thank you 🚀

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« Reply #70 on: 09/16/2019 03:53 am »
Hi, hope Iím not too late.

My name is Jaxon, I live in Australia and heading toward my last 3 senior years of high school. Itís a specialised aviation school which allows me to enrol in subjects such as aerospace studies, graphics and later into engineering subjects.

Iím attending the 5 day advanced Space Camp in October 2019 at Huntsville AL, which is going to be an amazing experience and hope to learn from greatly.

My career goal is to work in the Rocket Propulsion sector and aiming to further my career in aerospace engineering at university.

Love everything about rockets, space and companies involved in this. Australia is planning future rocket launches and know I will be involved along the line once Iíve completed my studies.

Thank you 🚀

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« Reply #71 on: 09/16/2019 05:27 am »
Hi everyone,

My name is Anthony and I live in New Zealand.
I feel very grateful to be able to convince my supervisors to let me pursue a research project in space biology.
So I will start a Master's of Science at the University of Auckland next year.

Entry into L2 will allow me to expand my horizon beyond the limitations of a department with no background in space biology. It will also allow me to better understand the current problems in the field.

My goal is to make biology more relevant for space exploration.

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« Reply #72 on: 09/16/2019 12:00 pm »
Hi everyone,

My name is Anthony and I live in New Zealand.
I feel very grateful to be able to convince my supervisors to let me pursue a research project in space biology.
So I will start a Master's of Science at the University of Auckland next year.

Entry into L2 will allow me to expand my horizon beyond the limitations of a department with no background in space biology. It will also allow me to better understand the current problems in the field.

My goal is to make biology more relevant for space exploration.

Welcome Anthony and you're in :) PM sent.

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« Reply #73 on: 09/16/2019 01:01 pm »
Hello. I'm Matt and studying Aerospace engineering at CU Boulder. I'm hoping to learn more via L2 and will be shooting for an internship at ULA! :)

Thanks to anyone who wants to sponsor me! :)

And you're in! Check your PMs for confirmation/overview :)

Your sponsor is Moonwatcher (Bob).



Thank you Chris and Bob!  8)

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« Reply #74 on: 09/16/2019 03:45 pm »
Hi everyone! I'm Jay and I'm in my first year of Aerospace Engineering at Purdue University. I would be really greatful to access the extra library that is L2 for use in my studies! Thank you for your consideration! :)

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« Reply #75 on: 09/16/2019 04:53 pm »
Hi everyone! I'm Jay and I'm in my first year of Aerospace Engineering at Purdue University. I would be really greatful to access the extra library that is L2 for use in my studies! Thank you for your consideration! :)

Hey Jay -

 And you're in. Check PM for details.

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« Reply #76 on: 09/16/2019 07:39 pm »
Hi everyone,

My name is Anthony and I live in New Zealand.
I feel very grateful to be able to convince my supervisors to let me pursue a research project in space biology.
So I will start a Master's of Science at the University of Auckland next year.

Entry into L2 will allow me to expand my horizon beyond the limitations of a department with no background in space biology. It will also allow me to better understand the current problems in the field.

My goal is to make biology more relevant for space exploration.

Welcome Anthony and you're in :) PM sent.

Your sponsor is Perchlorate (Pete).

Happy to sponsor you, Anthony.  Would be interesting to hear more about making "biology more relevant for space exploration."  I know you'll enjoy L2.

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« Reply #77 on: 09/17/2019 03:02 am »
Hello NSF! I'm Kevin and full disclaimer I'm very new to the site, but I already find it very useful and really well put together. I'm working through Mechanical Engineering at Caltech and hoping to progress towards a role with JPL or SpaceX. I hope to be involved in vehicles that will transport people to Mars. My edu e-mail is my verification route.

Again, I'm new so I don't really know what I'm missing with L2, but if it's even more of what we see here on the NSF I can access, then it is bound to be very useful for me. Others in this thread already say so.

Thank you,
Kevin.

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« Reply #78 on: 09/17/2019 04:55 am »
I'm Lisa and I'm also at Embry-Riddle studying aerospace engineering. I've updated my e-mail to show this in my profile. Been on NSF before going into this course and it was this site that made me want to take it on. Would love access to L2 as it's known to be great and it would aid me in my studies. Thanks!

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« Reply #79 on: 09/17/2019 07:16 am »
Hi everyone,

My name is Anthony and I live in New Zealand.
I feel very grateful to be able to convince my supervisors to let me pursue a research project in space biology.
So I will start a Master's of Science at the University of Auckland next year.

Entry into L2 will allow me to expand my horizon beyond the limitations of a department with no background in space biology. It will also allow me to better understand the current problems in the field.

My goal is to make biology more relevant for space exploration.

Welcome Anthony and you're in :) PM sent.

Your sponsor is Perchlorate (Pete).

Happy to sponsor you, Anthony.  Would be interesting to hear more about making "biology more relevant for space exploration."  I know you'll enjoy L2.

PERCHLORATE

Thank you so much Pete! (and Chris, of course). I'm already enjoying L2!
It's a very good question and it's a question that has struck me for the last few months.

Currently, I've generalised it into 4 main categories:
- Food production (plants, algae, and others)
- Medicine and health
- Environmental (Waste management and mineral extraction)
- Biomaterials (for everyday items)

Food and medical health are pursued by a range of people.
Of course there are overlaps between categories.
Waste management, mineral extraction, and biomaterials seems to be quite nascent.

My research is on biofilms, which has both medical and environmental implications.
I'm hoping to make some sort of breakthrough to allow a transition into environmental and biomaterials at some point.
That's what I have for now!

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« Reply #80 on: 09/17/2019 12:22 pm »
Hello NSF! I'm Kevin and full disclaimer I'm very new to the site, but I already find it very useful and really well put together. I'm working through Mechanical Engineering at Caltech and hoping to progress towards a role with JPL or SpaceX. I hope to be involved in vehicles that will transport people to Mars. My edu e-mail is my verification route.

Again, I'm new so I don't really know what I'm missing with L2, but if it's even more of what we see here on the NSF I can access, then it is bound to be very useful for me. Others in this thread already say so.

Thank you,
Kevin.

Hey Kevin -

 You're in. PM Sent. Your sponsor is anonymous but wanted to help out. :)
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« Reply #81 on: 09/17/2019 12:22 pm »
I'm Lisa and I'm also at Embry-Riddle studying aerospace engineering. I've updated my e-mail to show this in my profile. Been on NSF before going into this course and it was this site that made me want to take it on. Would love access to L2 as it's known to be great and it would aid me in my studies. Thanks!

Hi Lisa -

 And you're in. PM sent and your sponsor is Ken (the Bin).
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« Reply #82 on: 09/17/2019 03:53 pm »
I'm Lisa and I'm also at Embry-Riddle studying aerospace engineering. I've updated my e-mail to show this in my profile. Been on NSF before going into this course and it was this site that made me want to take it on. Would love access to L2 as it's known to be great and it would aid me in my studies. Thanks!

Hi Lisa -

 And you're in. PM sent and your sponsor is Ken (the Bin).


Thanks Chris and Ken!!

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« Reply #83 on: 09/17/2019 04:50 pm »
I'm Lisa and I'm also at Embry-Riddle studying aerospace engineering. I've updated my e-mail to show this in my profile. Been on NSF before going into this course and it was this site that made me want to take it on. Would love access to L2 as it's known to be great and it would aid me in my studies. Thanks!

Hi Lisa -

 And you're in. PM sent and your sponsor is Ken (the Bin).


Thanks Chris and Ken!!

You're welcome (in both senses).  Enjoy your L2 access.

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« Reply #84 on: 09/18/2019 02:45 am »
Hi. I'm Jay. Studying applied science, Texas A&M. I am hoping to get into the space industry and this site has given me that passion, so being in L2 would really help me get deeper into the subject matter. I have been lurking here as a guest for a a few years, but decided to get a membership and I've used my .edu address for the rules.

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« Reply #85 on: 09/18/2019 05:22 am »
Hello! I'm Johan. I am studying for my Aerospace Engineering, M.Sc. at University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt here in Austria. I would love to be able to use L2 to help my studies. I am hoping to work for ESA in my career. Thank you!

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« Reply #86 on: 09/18/2019 12:47 pm »
Hi. I'm Jay. Studying applied science, Texas A&M. I am hoping to get into the space industry and this site has given me that passion, so being in L2 would really help me get deeper into the subject matter. I have been lurking here as a guest for a a few years, but decided to get a membership and I've used my .edu address for the rules.

Hey Jay -

 And welcome. You're in, and check your PM for confirmation!

 Your spomsor is wjbarnett (Jack).
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« Reply #87 on: 09/18/2019 12:48 pm »
Hello! I'm Johan. I am studying for my Aerospace Engineering, M.Sc. at University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt here in Austria. I would love to be able to use L2 to help my studies. I am hoping to work for ESA in my career. Thank you!

And you're in Johan! Please check your messages for the overview.

Your sponsor is vrede-j (John).
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« Reply #88 on: 09/18/2019 03:30 pm »
Thank you so much Chris and John! Looks like I will need to renew myself after a year as there's a lot to go through here. :D

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« Reply #89 on: 09/19/2019 01:59 am »
Thank you for this! Been on the site for a long time. Registered several months ago. Have wanted L2 for a long time.

I'm Malc at Embry-Riddle, studying Aerospace engineering.

My registration is my .edu address.

Thanks!!

Hi, I'm John and I'm also in this class! I have signed up with my .edu address. I would love L2 for the extra knowledge and learning materials.

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« Reply #90 on: 09/19/2019 12:48 pm »
Thank you for this! Been on the site for a long time. Registered several months ago. Have wanted L2 for a long time.

I'm Malc at Embry-Riddle, studying Aerospace engineering.

My registration is my .edu address.

Thanks!!

Hi, I'm John and I'm also in this class! I have signed up with my .edu address. I would love L2 for the extra knowledge and learning materials.

Hi John -

And you're in. PM sent and your sponsor is Ken (the Bin).
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« Reply #91 on: 09/19/2019 09:48 pm »
Hopefully I've not left this too late to apply, but I'm Peter and I'm studying mechanical engineering at MIT. With an eye on joining NASA as a career path I would find L2 even more useful than I find NSF already. Thank you for any consideration!

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« Reply #92 on: 09/20/2019 12:25 am »
Robert, Texas A&M Aerospace Engineering, my e-mail is my passport :)

Long time member of NSF, but now looking to get into the profession. Would have got L2 just to support NSF, but no disposable income. Would be so greatful if someone would sponsor me :)

Thanks!

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« Reply #93 on: 09/20/2019 02:06 am »
Hopefully I've not left this too late to apply, but I'm Peter and I'm studying mechanical engineering at MIT. With an eye on joining NASA as a career path I would find L2 even more useful than I find NSF already. Thank you for any consideration!

Welcome Peter! And you're in - check PM for details.

Your sponsor has opted to remain anonymous.
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« Reply #94 on: 09/20/2019 02:09 am »
Robert, Texas A&M Aerospace Engineering, my e-mail is my passport :)

Long time member of NSF, but now looking to get into the profession. Would have got L2 just to support NSF, but no disposable income. Would be so greatful if someone would sponsor me :)

Thanks!

And you're in, Robert and your sponsor is Perchlorate (Pete).

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« Reply #95 on: 09/20/2019 10:32 am »
Robert, Texas A&M Aerospace Engineering, my e-mail is my passport :)

Long time member of NSF, but now looking to get into the profession. Would have got L2 just to support NSF, but no disposable income. Would be so greatful if someone would sponsor me :)

Thanks!

And you're in, Robert and your sponsor is Perchlorate (Pete).

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Last call now (probably to the weekend). Four spaces remaining at present.

Happy to help out a little, Robert.  I remember those "no disposable income" days all too well.

Enjoy L2...I know you will!

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« Reply #96 on: 09/20/2019 01:36 pm »
Hopefully I've not left this too late to apply, but I'm Peter and I'm studying mechanical engineering at MIT. With an eye on joining NASA as a career path I would find L2 even more useful than I find NSF already. Thank you for any consideration!

Welcome Peter! And you're in - check PM for details.

Your sponsor has opted to remain anonymous.

Thank you! I can already tell this is going to be a huge help for me!!

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« Reply #97 on: 09/21/2019 04:11 pm »
Hi, I'm Jamie and another studying AE at Embry-Riddle. I would be repeating everyone else's reasons for appreciating L2 content but those reasons appear valid as from their comments and I'd really appreciate being involved in this sponsorship too! Thanks for any approval!

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« Reply #98 on: 09/21/2019 05:29 pm »
Hi. I'm Rich, Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M. I've been a member of this site for a few years but never had L2. Would love L2 as I know it has even more great content on top of the great content already available! It would totally help my studies! Thanks!

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« Reply #99 on: 09/21/2019 05:40 pm »
Hi, I'm Jamie and another studying AE at Embry-Riddle. I would be repeating everyone else's reasons for appreciating L2 content but those reasons appear valid as from their comments and I'd really appreciate being involved in this sponsorship too! Thanks for any approval!

You're in and the PM has been sent, Jamie!

Your sponsor is Lar.
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« Reply #100 on: 09/21/2019 05:41 pm »
Hi. I'm Rich, Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M. I've been a member of this site for a few years but never had L2. Would love L2 as I know it has even more great content on top of the great content already available! It would totally help my studies! Thanks!

Hi Rich - you're in and PM has been sent. Your sponsor's name wishes to be anonymous :)


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« Reply #101 on: 09/22/2019 02:12 am »
Hi, I'm Jamie and another studying AE at Embry-Riddle. I would be repeating everyone else's reasons for appreciating L2 content but those reasons appear valid as from their comments and I'd really appreciate being involved in this sponsorship too! Thanks for any approval!

You're in and the PM has been sent, Jamie!

Your sponsor is Lar.

Thank you Chris and Lar!

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« Reply #102 on: 09/22/2019 09:57 pm »
Hi. I'm Tom and I'm an aerospace engineering student at Penn State. I've been to many launches and love this site. Being in L2 would be really helpful for my education, so I'd be very appreciative if I'm not too late! Thanks!

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« Reply #103 on: 09/22/2019 10:30 pm »
Hi. I'm Tom and I'm an aerospace engineering student at Penn State. I've been to many launches and love this site. Being in L2 would be really helpful for my education, so I'd be very appreciative if I'm not too late! Thanks!

And you're in Tom - Check PM for details.

Your sponsor is Lar.
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« Reply #104 on: 09/22/2019 10:35 pm »
Hi. I'm Tom and I'm an aerospace engineering student at Penn State. I've been to many launches and love this site. Being in L2 would be really helpful for my education, so I'd be very appreciative if I'm not too late! Thanks!

And you're in Tom - Check PM for details.

Your sponsor is Lar.

That was fast! Thanks Chris and thanks Lar! Already looks like this is going to be a massive help!

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« Reply #105 on: 10/07/2019 07:15 am »
Hey, I'm Tahmid, I'm not in Uni but I am in my third year of high school in Australia.
I'm a big fan of technical details and indepth such and so I love the articles on NSF.
As a high schooler, there's obviously no aerospace elective but I do intend on studying aerospace or
a related subject when I do get to Uni but in the mean time, I got a lot to learn. I think L2 could be a great Hands on learning resource as theres plenty of info and details from industry insiders which can help me learn a lot.
Thank you Chris for having this program and thank you to all those sponsors who are so generous to help students get the chance at L2.
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« Reply #106 on: 10/07/2019 01:20 pm »
Hey, I'm Tahmid, I'm not in Uni but I am in my third year of high school in Australia.
I'm a big fan of technical details and indepth such and so I love the articles on NSF.
As a high schooler, there's obviously no aerospace elective but I do intend on studying aerospace or
a related subject when I do get to Uni but in the mean time, I got a lot to learn. I think L2 could be a great Hands on learning resource as theres plenty of info and details from industry insiders which can help me learn a lot.
Thank you Chris for having this program and thank you to all those sponsors who are so generous to help students get the chance at L2.

Hey Tahmid -

 And you're in. Your sponsor was anonomous :)

 And that closes it for this year folks! Thanks to all the sponsors!

Remember, students get 50 percent off L2 terms all year around, so that's still an option if you're late to the party.
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