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Payload 01 Information


Payload Flight Number:

2009 - 01
Institution:

University of Maryland Eastern Shore / Hawk Institute for Space Sciences
Payload Title:

HawkHASP3

Student Leader:
  • Lisa Dean
  • 1731 Broad Street
  • Pocomoke City,MD 21851
  • Email:Lisa.dean@hawkspace.org
  • Cell:443-523-5161
Faculty Advisor:
  • Jeffrey Jones
  • 1731 Broad Street
  • Pocomoke City, MD 21851
  • Email:Jeffrey.jones@hawkspace.org
  • Office:410-957-2180
  • Cell:757-894-8538
Payload class:
SMALL
Payload ID Number:
01
Mass:
3kg
Current:
500mA
Serial Commands:
none
Discrete Commands:
2
Payload Specification & Integration Plan
Due:
Delivered:
Payload Integration Certification
Scheduled:
Actual:
Flight Operation Plan
Due:
Delivered:
Final Flight / Science Report
Due:
Delivered:
Abstract:
Each year the HawkHASP experiments contributed by AVSC288 students at UMES are guided by the interests and experience of the students. This year more advanced projects are in development. The preceding payloads have utilized power from both LSU and an internal source. We are now configuring the payload for remote command and 100% power from HASP. To achieve this goal our team has a plan focusing on the development of a single experiment. Previously, the payload has relied on independent data loggers. While inexpensive they require manual activation during testing and launch and do not yield the detail needed for accurate conclusions. The students will develop a flight-worthy data storage unit. This device will require minimal communication relying on discrete power up and down commands. With success this storage device will be used on future CubeSat satellites designed by HawkHASP sponsor HISS. The solar cell experiment provided by the University of North Florida will test the spectral response of an Ultra-thin stimulator in an Indium Tin Oxide-Si cell. The students of AVSC288 will also be conducting a thermal experiment designed to calculate the atmospheric effect of at least two thermally dissimilar materials measuring contraction and expansion of said materials. This will hopefully have future applications for satellites.
Payload Application:
Hawk_UMES_HASP_2009.pdf

Payload Integration Plan:
Hawk_UMES_PSIP_2009.pdf

Science Report:

Monthly Briefings: