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Lynch Rocket Lab
Dartmouth College
Dept. of Physics and Astronomy
6127 Wilder Lab.
Hanover, NH 03755
mar07@dartmouth.edu

   

Svalbard Eiscat Rocket Study of Ion Outflows



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Questions? Comments? Looking for more info or links? Visit the Interactive Page.


Project Timeline
January 29, 2004: By this day, launch and data collection should be completed.
January 15, 2004: The launch window opens, meaning that the rocket can be launched any time conditions are favorable.
Dec. 27 - Jan. 9: The project personnel depart for Norway.
December 20, 2003: The detectors for the rocket are shipped to Norway.
December 2003: Kristina Lynch, Kevin Rhoads, and Kristen Frederick-Frost, the Dartmouth representatives for the SERSIO project, prepare for launch.
November 2003: The rocket is stationed at the Wallops NASA Facility, where it is integrated and undergoes a series of environmental tests.
Earlier in 2003: The rocket detectors and instruments are assembled at Dartmouth.


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