Ph.D. student Rich Whittle was recently awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Prize at Cranfield University (U.K.) following his M.Sc. in Astronautics and Space Engineering. In this short video, Rich talks about his time at Cranfield and his research on emergency life support systems for lunar EVA with Wing Commander (Dr.) Pete Hodkinson RAF, the U.K.’s first aviation and space medicine consultant physician.
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