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The HASP 2007 Flight and Call for Payloads 2008. T.G. Guzik and J. P. Wefel Dept. of Physics & Astronomy and Louisiana Space Consortium, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA U.S.A. Major HASP Features. Support & flight test up to 12 student built payloads

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    1. The HASP 2007 Flight and Call for Payloads 2008 T.G. Guzik and J. P. Wefel Dept. of Physics & Astronomy and Louisiana Space Consortium, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA U.S.A. SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    2. Major HASP Features • Support & flight test up to 12 student built payloads • Eight small payloads < 1 kg & four large payloads < 10 kg • Fly to an altitude > 36 km for a duration of ~20 hours • Provide payloads with serial uplink/downlink, discretes, 28 VDC power, & analog downlink • Downlink available in near real time • Include CosmoCam for real time video during launch & flight • NASA partnership supports three flights • First flight September 4, 2006 • Second flight September 2, 2007 SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    3. Student Payloads for 2007 • Hawk Institute for Space Science (UMES): Multi-sensor CubeSat prototype test (1 small) • Louisiana State University – Baton Rouge: Study the flow characteristics of various rocket nozzles as a function of altitude (1 large) • Montana State University: Passive high altitude particle capture experiment (1 large) • Texas A & M University: Multi-spectral camera system to study remote sensing from high altitude (1 small); Reflight of 2006 GeoCam remote imager system (1 small) • University of Alabama – Huntsville: Infrared imaging of the balloon thermal characteristics (1 large) • University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa: Student high altitude power system testing (1 small) – Had to cancel before flight • University of Louisiana – Lafayette: Nuclear emulsion stack to investigate high energy cosmic rays (1 large); Super capacitor driven CubeSat power system (1 small) • West Virginia University: High altitude cosmic ray detector (1 small) • Virginia Tech: Prototype for a Lunar magnetic field instrument (1 large) SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    4. Integration at CSBF during July SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    5. Fly out of Ft. Sumner NM SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    6. 2007 Flight Preparation SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    7. Launch Day – Sept 2, 2007 SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    8. HASP Launched at 13:12 UTC SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    9. 19 hour flight, 16 at float SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    10. HASP had a “very soft” landing! SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    11. Call for Payloads 2007-2008 • Next HASP flight scheduled for Sept. 2008 • Student teams need to submit applications by Dec. 18, 2007 • CFP document and application materials is available on the “Participant Info” tab of the HASP website -- http://laspace.lsu.edu/hasp/Participantinfo.html • Would also highly recommend downloading and reading the other documents referenced on this page • Provide background information and details that will help your students design a successful HASP payload. • “HASP – Student Payload Interface Document” • “Balloon Flight Users Handbook” (CSBF website) • “Gondola Design” (CSBF website) SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    12. Application Structure • The application should include at least the following sections • Cover sheet: Form is provided in the CFP as well as a separate link on the HASP website to a MS Word version. Includes title, abstract and contact information • Payload Description: One or two page summary of the scientific objective, a high level systems description and a description of the principle of operation of the experiment. • Management: Who is involved in the team, how the team is structured and managed, organization chart, preliminary timeline leading to HASP integration and flight, how many personnel will be involved in integration and flightline operations. • Payload Specifications: Detail HASP resources (weight, dimensions, telemetry, commanding, power) required by the experiment, procedures for integration and flight operations. • Drawings: Dimensioned drawings of the payload, structure, payload plate modifications, payload orientation and location • No budget is required as we will not be distributing any direct support funds. • Use standard 12 pt font and at least 1” margins, but otherwise there is no limit on the number of pages, appendixes, figures, or tables. SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    13. Flight Requirements • Successful applications will still need to satisfy particular requirements. • Integration Plan: Due June 1 this document provides technical details about all payload interfaces and integration test procedures including a schedule and identifying personnel participating in integration. (Provided by student team) • Integration Certification: At integration all interfaces will be documented and validated, correct operation of the payload will be verified, and any issues identified will be detailed. (Provided by HASP following integration) • Flight Operation Plan: Due at integration this document details procedures for flightline setup, pre-launch checkout, flight operations and payload recovery including a schedule and identifying personnel participating in flight operations. (Provided by student team) • Science Report: Due in December following the flight this report provides analysis of the student payload flight and science / technical results from the flight. (Provided by student team) • The Integration Plan, Integration Certification and Flight Operation Plan will need to be signed off by HASP prior to the flight. Templates of these documents are available on the HASP website. • The Science Report will be required prior to submitting an application for any follow-on HASP flight. SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    14. New for 2007-2008 • Increased mass constraint for both payload classes • Up to 3 kg for small payloads • Up to 20 kg for large payloads • Applications can include a “special request” to exceed one or more of the flight constraints • Request to exceed mass, dimensions and/or telemetry constraints needs to be fully described and justified • Need to include a section on the science impact if the request is not granted • HASP student payload integration to be held at the CSBF in Palestine, Texas during 3rd week of June 2008 • Will likely require that all payloads undergo thermal, vacuum testing while at CSBF SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007

    15. Submission Instructions • E-mail PDF version of application to guzik@phunds.phys.lsu.edu • Mail hardcopy of application to T. Gregory Guzik Department of Physics & Astronomy Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, LA 70803-4001 • Applications will be reviewed by HASP Management at LSU and the NASA Balloon Program Office • Applications will be reviewed for completeness, consistency, scientific or technical justification, and ability to fit within the HASP constraints • Priority will be given to payloads that are clearly designed, built, managed and operated by students • Decisions will be announced by January 15, 2008 SE Space Grant - Sept 14, 2007