SSL’s New Rocket Model

Rocket nose cone

The Astrobee-D This is a full-scale model of the Aerojet-General Astrobee-D, a small sounding rocket built to carry compact meteorological or physics payloads for experiments in the D-region of Earth’s atmosphere. The Space Sciences Lab has used similar rockets for more than 50 sounding rocket projects. Astrobee-D had a diameter of 15 cm (6 inches) […]

A New Year, A New Look

We were very proud to launch the Space Sciences Lab’s new and improved website. There are new sections highlighting what we make, what we do, and who we are. Our research and project pages are now organized by field of study.  We have added alot of new information about our engineering capabilities, mission operations center, […]

A New look

We are proud to launch Space Sciences Lab’s new and improved website, with new sections highlighting what we make, what we do, and who we are. Our research and project pages are now organized by field of study, and we have added lots of new information on engineering, mission operations, and fabrication here at the […]

Forrest Mozer Awarded John Adam Fleming Medal

Tuesday, September 4, 2018 Congratulations to Professor Emeritus Forrest Mozer who has been honored by the American Geophysical Union (AGU) as one of the 2018 class of medalists. Mozer has been awarded the John Adam Fleming Medal in recognition of his outstanding achievements, contributions, and service to the Earth and space science community. The recipients of the AGU […]