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Ryan Lebois's paper, the Study of Feasibility of Drag Flaps for Satellite Constellation Station Keeping, was selected to win the University Honors Best Paper/Project Award. Ryan is a senior in the aerospace engineering program and his research advisor is Dr. Liam Healy.

Ryan's paper was evaluated based on style, analysis, and content, and was found to be truly outstanding and reflected great depth in knowledge. Reviewed by faculty members, one commented: "This paper compares favorably with most of the papers we receive from graduate students, and reminded me of a very professional position paper."

The award came with $100 and was presented to Ryan at the University Honors Citation Ceremony on April 22nd.

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