Last Updated: Friday, 02 September 2016 22:37
So what do you do when you've got a giant rocket ready to launch but no payload? This apparently was the situation for NASA's Space Launch System team as they prepared for their maiden blast-off. Smart minds being what they are, the team opened up the faring availability. From this came the option for up to 13 CubeSats. Lockheed Martin, not being a slouch in anyway, offered SKYFIRE for free. This 6U CubeSat is destined to go to the Moon. There it will survey the landscape looking for water. Lochkeed Martin in exchange provides the data. Quite the amazing win-win scenario isn't it!
Last Updated: Monday, 28 September 2015 08:34
The International Lunar Observatory Association (ILOA) is launching, supporting and collaborating with projects around the world to propel human civilization to the Moon for good, and for all. If you are in the Vancouver area please join us for...
Galaxy Forum Canada 2015 — Vancouver
'Astronomy From The Moon'
Saturday, 26 September 2015 (9am – 1pm)
Irving K. Barber Learning Centre 182, UBC
Local Contact: 604-401-0337