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    Chula Engineering team wins runner-up award at Spaceport America Cup 2022

    A big round of applause to members of the Chulalongkorn University High Altitude Research Club – CUHAR from Aerospace Engineering (AERO), Chula International School of Engineering, who represented Thailand at the Spaceport America Cup 2022. The team went above and beyond as one of the runners-up of the Dr. Gil Moore Award for Innovation (Sounding Rocket Design). Other runner-up teams for the same category were from Cornell University (USA) and the University of Leeds (UK).

    Members of the Chula engineering student team (Aerospace Engineering – Batch 15) included

    Mr. Puwit Chaowanapreecha

    Mr. Peeravich Chirakunakorn

    Mr. Nitipote Seubhanich

    Mr. Kittanu Hongsevihok

    Ms. Porntreetra Rattanapansri

    Ms. Rachaya Deelertkulchai

    Mr. Pasin Manaspiya

    Mr. Pwint Krittiyanithi

    Mr. Phuwanut Pataratawinun

    Mr. Napatr Porntavornvittaya

    Mr. Trin Uthaisang

    Mr. Ratchagrit Seelsut

    Mr. Thanakrit Maleesut

    Mr. Siriwat Sirirattanachaikul

    For more information and updates, follow the CUHAR Team on

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cu.highaltitude/.

    The Spaceport America Cup is the world’s largest intercollegiate rocketry engineering contest (IREC) for student rocketry teams from across the country and around the world. Students launch solid, liquid, and hybrid rockets to target altitudes of 10,000 and 30,000 feet.

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