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latest happenings at JPA

Published by Sigurd De Keyser on Wed Apr 13, 2005 5:45 pm
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The launch of Away 26 has been delayed due to weather. Snow, rain and generally nasty conditions prevailed over the launch site. Watch this space for the new flight date.

The delay gave us the chance to get some upgrades and housekeep done on the ground equipment.
Team members Bob and Mike did a complete overhaul on the communication rack in the mission control van. Kevin and Ed preped and mounted and an additional digital camera on Away 26.

Laser Bob OK, OK no more pictures….

Kevin the camera integrator man.

You can never have enough antenna assembly training.

Remember, watch the skies. It may not be aliens after all!


Away 26 is ready for flight. All systems have tested go and now all that’s left is the packing and
watching the weather. Currently there is rain predicated over the launch site at the lift off time.
The next two days will tell. Today we added one more digital camera to the system.

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