Our new Mechanical Engineer, Jonathan Newman has completed designing a hinge for the deployable solar panels for the CAPE-2 Mechanical structure. Below are photos of the prototype made from his design. Keep up the great work Jonathan!
Today UL gave middle school and high school students a chance to explore their interest in the different fields of engineering. We were one of the stops that students made throughout the day. This was a great chance for us to get our name out to the students and to get them interested in either […]
The CAPE team was visited by Dr. Kumar Krishen the ST Senior Scientist / Lead Technologist for the Advanced Planning Office of NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) in Houston, Texas yesterday afternoon. Dr. Krishen gave a very enlightening presentation on the current problems NASA is working to solve, the need for new technologies in the […]
This is just to highlight some of the new features available on the website. One of the more prominent features for our mobile users is the shiny new interface for iPhones, Blackberry’s and a few other mobile devices. The mobile AJAXiness goodness comes from the guys at BraveNewCode. Another feature for all of our users […]
Just thought i’d link the concept videos of the CAPE Mechanical Design, created by our Mechanical team: An Exploded view and assembly of the CAPE-2 Satellite. Experimental Video of including Deployable Solar Panels on CAPE-2 Keep on the look out for more videos in the coming days! -Rizwan Merchant