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Mason Alan Peck

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  • Mason Alan Peck
  • Dept: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Title: Associate Professor
  • Address: Room 208 Upson Hall
  • Phone: 607 255-4023
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What do tiny spacecraft and Texas Instruments have in common?

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Dallas News: A graduate student in Ithaca, N.Y., is using Texas Instruments Inc.’s technology to...

Peck receives NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal

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Mason Peck, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, who served as NASA’s chief...

KickSat - DIY Satellites

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A Cornell-based project called KickSat is set to launch more than 200 tiny satellites, nicknamed...

NASA Chief Technologies to Speak at Purdue Wednesday

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Chief Technologist at NASA, Mason Peck, will give a public talk Wednesday on the Purdue University...

Mason Peck writes for the White House Blog

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NASA Supports Technology Breakthroughs, Small Businesses and the American Economy

Prof. Peck to testify before congress on NASA R&D

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To see the webcast of this hearing before the US Senate follow the link.

Prof. Peck in the NYT - NASA needs a space broom

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“NASA is taking it very seriously,” said Mason A. Peck, chief technologist for the National...

A Satellite Named Violet & A Student Named Amanda

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Ivanhoe Newswire: When you hear about satellites and space, you probably think NASA. Now, students...

NASA's top techie speaks out

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Cosmic Log: Cornell Professor Mason Peck, who takes over NASA's Office of the Chief Technologist in...

Mason Peck named NASA chief technologist

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Peck will serve as the agency's principal adviser and advocate on matters of technology policy and...

Research showcase features student team projects

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Cornell student teams showed off their high-tech projects at the College of Engineering...

Cornell and the Space Shuttle

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WHCU: The shuttle Endeavor has some Cornell technology on board. Doctoral candidate in engineering...

CU-made satellites depart on Endeavour's last run

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Stamp-size satellites, developed at Cornell, are hitching a ride aboard the space shuttle Endeavour.