A student is seen here working on one of Project Imua’s experiments.
Credit: University of Hawai’i
Project Imua team members continue to work on mission simulations for their second payload named “PrIME” for the Project Imua Multiple Experiment.
Project Imua is a joint faculty-student collaboration with four University of Hawaiʻi Community College campuses to develop small payloads for spaceflight.
According to a recent University of Hawai’i article, a team of three mentors and eight students will head to Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia to conduct final tests for integration and launch on a NASA sounding rocket. This sub-orbital flight, which will carry the payload to an altitude of approximately 100 miles during its 15-minute mission, is scheduled for launch on August 16, 2016.
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