Control of missions will be done in the HSFL Mission Operations Center located on the University of Hawaii at Manoa campus.
HSFL, in collaboration with NASA Ames Research Center under a three-year NASA EPSCoR grant beginning in September, 2010, is developing a comprehensive open set of software tools with supporting hardware to support the operations of one or more small spacecraft, named COSMOS. The COSMOS tools can also perform an important role in the design, development, and testing phases of spacecraft missions.
Read more about the Mission Operations Support Tool (MOST). Providing real-time monitoring and control of one or more spacecraft, MOST can also be used in simulations, training and rehearsals, engineering data trending and archiving, and for anomaly resolution.