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Sedwick interviewed on WUSA9

Sedwick interviewed on WUSA9

WUSA9 segment

WUSA9 segment "Can Spy Satellite Be Blasted From Sky?"

Washington D.C.'s newstation,WUSA 9, featured Dr. Ray Sedwick, Assistant Professor Aerospace Engineering, on a recent segment "Can Spy Satellite Be Blasted From Sky?".

The impending spy satellite target practice has been generating quite a stir within the media. Sedwick indicates that success for this program means reliance upon hardware and software designed especially for the task.

You may review this segment online at:


http://www.wusa9.com/rss/local_article.aspx?storyid=68731

Or you may view the video broadcast here at:


http://www.wusa9.com/video/player.aspx?aid=56424&sid=68731&bw=

Related Articles:
Two Aero Faculty Selected as Associate AIAA Fellows
Sedwick Awarded 2009 NSF Career Award
Dr. Sedwick joins aerospace faculty


February 28, 2008

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