As we make progress for the High Altitude Student Platform (HASP) 2018, we reflect to learn more about what we did right in the preparation for HASP 2017. As can be seen on the scuffs on our instrument shown, the landing process can be very damaging. Although it was not required to, our payload was able to survive the landing process. This instrument, the DINO (Dosimetric Instrument for Near-Earth Orbit) is what differentiates NEUDOSE from other CubeSat missions. To learn more, check out our about page.
Photo by Alex Melnichuk