Amber’s Updates Hiapo received frequency coordination from the IARU and is one document away from getting to submit all documents to the FCC step. We also started working on the ODAR parts list for Artemis.
Mechanical Team The mechanical team discusses structure considerations to modify the design to account for ISIS compatibility and deployment system. They also documented quotes from CubeSat vendors, reviewed ISIS structure and compared it to the current structure, worked on a
HSFL will be participating in the 2019 Ellison Onizuka Day of Exploration on Saturday, April 27 at the Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibition Hall from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Our booth with the Hawaii Space Grant Consortium will feature a satellite star tracker activity, a number of our 3D printed models, and a thermal photo booth inspired by the Spectral
Thank you to all who visited the Hawaii Space Grant Consortium / HSFL booth at the 2019 Institute for Astronomy Open House. Over 1,400 visitors attended the event and it looked like everyone had a good time!
It was announced yesterday that HyTI is among the selections in the latest round of NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative program. HyTI is a collaboration between the University of Hawaii/HSFL, JPL, Saraniasat Inc., and others to design, build, test and fly a 6U CubeSat in low Earth orbit. Among the technologies to be demonstrated include a hyperspectral imager being developed by
Members of HSFL’s management and engineering staff will be at the 2018 Small Satellite Conference in Utah. Come see us in the University Exhibit at table U17 or at the Pre-Conference Workshop.
The University of Hawaii and HSFL’s proposal for Hyperspectral Thermal Imager (HyTI), in collaboration with JPL and Saraniasat Inc., has been selected by NASA for the In-Space Validation of Earth Science Technologies Program.
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