Graham Stoddard will be the guest speaker at the club meeting on Tuesday, September 17.
Graham works with Radiation Monitoring Devices Inc. in Watertown on the Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper (LunaH-Map) project. LunaH-Map is one of 13 CubeSats planned to be launched with Artemis 1 in 2021 and placed in orbit around the moon. Graham will speak about the project and his work on it.
Club meetings are held from 6:30 to 8:30 at The Hatch Makerspace in Watertown, MA.
Graham has permission from his boss to hold his talk at Radiation Monitoring Devices Inc, which is in Watertown. He said he would be able to show us the hardware they have developed and be able to use the conference room for the talk, which would allow him to show slides.
If you are planning to attend, let us hear your thoughts on making this a field trip.
Graham says we can let him know Tuesday night at the Hatch.
2 days 14 hours ago - 2 days 14 hours ago#9640by Daniel Tyszka
I've been a CMASS member since 2013, but have not attended a club meeting (outside launches) in years...since the days we used to meet in Bill Spadafora's workshop.
Have been meaning to check out a CMASS meeting again now that we're meeting in Watertown at the Hatch Makerspace. This talk has caught my interest and will finally get me to come out to a meeting again. Count me in as an attendee tonite, and also for the field trip to see actual hardware afterward.
Thanks for organizing this!
Last Edit: 2 days 14 hours ago by Daniel Tyszka. Reason: omitted word
The technology that is going on in our back yards is totally amazing. You all asked some awesome questions. My older son is a computer science professional. Too bad he didn't attend. My concern is that the Chinese will steal the technology that is involved with the project.