ASU students create miniature space satellite that can track climate change
Standing only a foot tall, the cubed shaped, shiny satellite could be the future to understanding temperature and climate on earth.
All of it is made possible by a group of inspiring Arizona State University students.
“To finally see everyone’s work over three years just represented as one system,” said student researcher Sarah Rodgers. “It’s more than I can describe.”
The device is called the “Phoenix,” a perfect name given the machine’s purpose.