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Oct. 2, 2015 15-030AM NASA Sets Coverage Schedule for CubeSat Launch Events Thirteen NASA and National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)-sponsored CubeSats are scheduled to launch aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket Thursday, Oct. 8, from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Prelaunch media briefings and launch commentary coverage will be carried live on NASA...... KEEP READING
RELEASE: 13-064 NASA ANNOUNCES FOURTH ROUND OF CUBESAT SPACE MISSION CANDIDATES WASHINGTON — NASA has selected 24 small satellites to fly as auxiliary payloads aboard rockets planned to launch in 2014, 2015 and 2016. The proposed CubeSats come from universities across the country, a Florida high school, several non-profit organizations and NASA field centers. CubeSats belong to a class...... KEEP READING
Vanderbilt researchers are launching satellites into space to test the radiation effects on electronic components in order to predict and prevent future failures of such devices. Funded by NASA, these radiation effects test bed payloads will be among the first of their kind in the United States at their scheduled launches in 2013. It’s an...... KEEP READING
Posted on Friday, March 9th, 2012 in | Tags: AMSAT-NA, CubeSat, Educational Outreach, Electronics, Engineering, EPSCOR, ISDE, NASA, Radiation Effects, Reed, Satellite Club, Space Exploration, Undergraduates, Weller Comments Off on CubeSat Development
Kevin Warren is a Senior Research Engineer for the Institute for Space and Defense Electronics. His current focus is on modeling the soft error response of microelectronics for terrestrial and space applications. He is part of a team that uses detailed analysis at the circuit and device level in conjunction with physics based Monte-Carlo radiation transport...... KEEP READING
Robert Reed received his Ph.D. degree in Physics from Clemson University, 1994. After which he worked at the Naval Research Laboratory and Hughes Space and Communication. From 1997 to 2004 Robert was a physicist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center where he supported NASA space flight and research programs. He is currently a Professor at...... KEEP READING