Basalt Launchpad Tiles to Undergo Testing by NASA

Basalt Launchpad Tiles to Undergo Testing by NASA

Above: Geology Tech Kyla Edison removes basalt launchpad tiles from their casting molds after sintering. PISCES completed a large batch of sintered basalt tiles last month for testing by NASA’s Swamp Works at Kennedy Space Center. Thirty tiles will be assessed as a...
UH Mānoa Aerospace Engineering Program Launches Website

UH Mānoa Aerospace Engineering Program Launches Website

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa College of Engineering Aerospace Engineering Program (AEP) now has a dedicated website with a variety of resources for students interested in spaceflight studies and careers. Launched in Spring 2020 under the Department of Mechanic...
Students get Hands-on Aerospace Work through HSFL

Students get Hands-on Aerospace Work through HSFL

By: Luke Flynn, Director of Hawai‘i Space Flight Laboratory Above: Students who worked on the Neutron-1 cubesat. Credit: HSFL. In 2007, the Hawai‘i Space Flight Laboratory (HSFL) was created to design, build, test, launch and operate small satellites (<100 kg) from...
Former Intern and UHH Graduate Joins PISCES as Technician

Former Intern and UHH Graduate Joins PISCES as Technician

PISCES is pleased to announce the addition of a new team member! Former intern Kyla Defore has joined the staff as a full-time technician and will continue the Materials Science project work she began during her internship this summer. Working with Ops. Manager...

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