The Ionospheric Neutron Content Analyzer (INCA) Cubesat, being developed by New Mexico State University, is a 3U scientific investigation mission that will study the latitude and time dependencies of the neutron spectrum in low-Earth orbit for the first time to improve current space weather models and mitigate threats to space and airborne assets. The measurements will come from a new directional neutron spectrometer, which is being developed in conjunction with NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center and the University of New Hampshire.
Set up as a senior capstone design project, the NMSU Satellite Ground Station is capable of remote operation, satellite tracking and amateur radio communication on the UHF/VHF bands.
THE WORLD'S SMALLEST SINGULARITY-FREE CONTROL MOMENT GYROSCOPE
ByteWare creates intuitive, custom apps employing the power of the latest mobile platforms in our daily lives. Our engineers never stop striving to design high quality iOS and Android apps that can integrate with external hardware. We believe small changes make big differences, which is why a portion of our revenue always goes to charity.
Billions of tax dollars are spent every year fighting issues like potholes, graffiti and illegal dumping. The Greenie app makes it easier than ever for citizens and governments to report and fix the issues in their communities.