Joseph Mattingly

Joseph Mattingly

Joseph Mattingly is a rocketry extraordinaire, which will probably one day be his downfall.
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Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology


If I have seen further, it is only by standing on the shoulders of giants. -Sir Isaac Newton


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  • Through Hardships to the Stars: Remembering Columbia
    It's hard to believe that it's been 10 years since seven of our finest explorers departed the surly bonds of earth. I was only 10 at the time.
  • To a Snowflake
    A wintertime haiku portraying a snowflake as it falls to the ground.
  • Vienna as a Gateway to the European Experience
    There are few experiences more memorable than one's first trip abroad, and for me that was no different. My first experience abroad (discounting a 3-hour aside in Mexico) represented the trip of a lifetime: a month-long grand tour of Europe studying art
  • Apocalypse in 2012? No
    Is the world really coming to an end in 2012? This article analyzes and discusses some of the popular opinions regarding the demise of the world as we know it.
  • Apathetic Apotheosis: the Actually-Average Astronauts
    The anticipation and excitement built up by Project Mercury ultimately scuttled America's enthusiasm for NASA's manned space programs.
  • Utopianism Deflowered
    Perhaps there is no ideal so timeless as utopia. Just as utopia fails in fiction and reality, a vision of utopia dies with the Holcomb, KS, murders portrayed in Truman Capote's opus In Cold Blood.
  • Who Turned on the Lights?
    Light pollution is a serious environmental issue that many people fail to recognize. All around the world, light pollution infringes upon our night skies, making the beautiful cosmos an incoherent blob for most of the world's population.

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