Without collaboration, there is no advancement.

ASU NewSpace leads the integration of academic and commercial space enterprises enabling the discovery of new research avenues, new partnerships, and new opportunities. We invite SmallSat attendees to join the collaboration. Share your opinions, ideas, and expertise with some of the sharpest minds in the industry.

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LunaH-Map: Revealing Lunar Water With A New Radiation Sensor Array

Tuesday August 9th at  1:45pm

The Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper (LunaH-Map) is a CubeSat mission led by ASU NewSpace’s Dr. Craig Hardgrove selected to fly aboard NASA’s first Exploration Mission of the Space Launch System (SLS EM-1).

Sean Bryan launches weather data sensor on World View balloon

Bryan, an associate research scientist with ASU’s School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, is the principal investigator on the CubeSounder project, which aims to modernize the way satellites collect weather data. The team includes researchers from ECEE, the School of Earth and Space Exploration and ASU/NewSpace.

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