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Payload 06 Information


Payload Flight Number:

2009 - 06
Institution:

University of Louisiana Lafayette
Payload Title:

Cajun Probe I

Student Leader:
  • Mark Roberts
  • Department of Physics
  • University of Louisiana-Lafayette
  • P.O. Box 44210
  • Lafayette,LA 70504
  • Email:lordofentropy@gmail.com
  • Cell:985-707-6327
  • Fax: 337-482-6699
Faculty Advisor:
  • Andy Hollermann
  • Department of Physics
  • University of Louisiana-Lafayette
  • P.O. Box 44210
  • Lafayette, LA 70504
  • Email:hollerman@louisiana.edu
  • Office:337-482-5063
  • Fax: 337-482-6699
Payload class:
SMALL
Payload ID Number:
06
Mass:
2.5kg
Current:
500mA
Serial Commands:
yes
Discrete Commands:
none
Payload Specification & Integration Plan
Due:
Delivered:
Payload Integration Certification
Scheduled:
Actual:
Flight Operation Plan
Due:
Delivered:
Final Flight / Science Report
Due:
Delivered:
Abstract:
The Cajun Probe I team seeks to build a compact payload with various sensors and detectors that in the near future will be implemented into a probe. The payload will include sensors such as temperature, humidity, pressure, a accelerometer, an altimeter, a GPS device, and other detectors such as a Geiger Counter. HASP provides an excellent platform to test the payload and gain benchmark data that will be used in the future for comparison. The objective of Cajun Probe I is to design and build a probe(s) to be ejected from a Rocket that is traveling over a hurricane. This project will provide a way to better understand Hurricanes and predict their nature and path in hopes to better inform the area affected.
Payload Application:
ULL_HASP_2009.pdf

Payload Integration Plan:
ULL_PSIP_2009.pdf

Science Report:

Monthly Briefings: