Launching "Moby Dick" 5/8/12
NASA'S future direction may be uncertain...but that isn't stopping the imagination of young engineers who still have plans to boldly go where no man--or woman--has gone before. That includes members of the Santa Fe College Engineering Club who recently showed off a rocket they built to actual aerospace engineers. They dubbed the impressive 9+ foot tall rocket "Moby Dick."
LaNiece O'Steen, outgoing Project President of the Club, tells TV 20's David Snyder how it felt to shoot for the moon with NASA employees and their counterparts from major engineering universities around the country on hand to watch.
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