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Back from a two-year slumber, with a leaner physique and the ability to puff smoke, Magellan returned with a roar on Saturday for the 43rd annual Renaissance Arts-Faire at Young Park in Las Cruces.
It took a team of engineers from New Mexico State University to reconstruct the iconic mechanical dragon.
Krishna Kota, New Mexico State University assistant professor of mechanical engineering, is conducting research that may lead to longer duration of space missions – a high priority of NASA. It may also lead to energy efficiencies in many other applications, ultimately reducing consumption of fossil fuels and the carbon footprint.
July is supposed to be the hottest and sunniest month of the year in Turin, Italy. However, students attending the PACE Annual Forum competed against wind and rain in the test phase of the Personal Assisted Mobility Device (PAMD) challenge.
For 20 years, a trip to the Renaissance ArtsFaire to see Magellan, a dragon that floated in the lake at Young Park, was an autumn highlight for many Las Cruces-area families.
Universities across the country offered Dakota Burrow more than $1 million in scholarships, but he chose to study mechanical engineering and mathematics at New Mexico State University.