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HARP CubeSat First Long Data Capture over South America on May 5, 2020

Image credit ESI on May 12, 2020

HARP CubeSat First Light from Space on April 16, 2020

Image credit ESI on April 20, 2020.

HARP CubeSat Launch from the International Space Station on February 19, 2020

Image credit NASA Earth/Twitter on February 27, 2020.

HARP CubeSat Launch on-board NG-12 from NASA Wallops Flight Facility to the ISS

Image credit Bill Ignalls/NASA on November 2, 2019.

HARP open-air communication test at NASA Goddard’s Wallops Flight Facility

The HARP CubeSat Satellite completed a successful open-air communication test at NASA Goddard Wallops Flight Facility (WFF) on August 30th 2018. After HARP’s launch, the WFF ground station will be used to send commands to the HARP spacecraft and downlink data.

HARP final calibration at NASA GSFC – August 2018

The HARP CubeSat Satellite was brought back to NASA GSFC for a final calibration before environmental testing and launch integration. The calibration included absolute radiometry, polarization and alignment measurements. Next, HARP CubeSat will be taken to the NASA Wallops Flight Facility for an open air communication test.

The puzzle – Taking HARP CubeSat apart and putting it back together

 

AirHARP participation in the NASA ER2 ACEPOL campaign

UMBC50 Grit-X presentation: Reaching for the Skies: Sun, Pollution, Clouds and Climate

 

GSFC MANIAC TALK: My Journey from the Horn of Africa to NASA!

GSFC MANIAC TALK: From the Atom to the Atmosphere and Beyond

 

GSFC MANIAC TALK: Girls Just Wanna Have Fun: Why I came to NASA and Why I left