Hawai’i Space Flight Laboratory Highlighted in Mālamalama Magazine’s Cover Story, “Sky Isn’t the Limit for UH Spaceflight Lab” 


Photo of Fellow Zach.The magazine of the University of Hawai‘i, Mālamalama “The light of knowledge,” published a special issue in January 2011 focusing on innovation, science, and research in conjunction with E Kamakani Noi‘i “Wind that seeks knowledge,” a symposium organized by U. H. and the U. S. National Academy of Sciences. The Mālamalama cover story, “Sky Isn’t the Limit for UH Spaceflight Lab,”  [pdf]  written by Cheryl Ernst highlights the Hawai‘i Space Flight Laboratory and the involvement of students in all aspects of small satellite and payload research, development, launch, tracking, and data collection. Pictured is Zachary Lee-Ho, Hawai‘i Space Grant Master’s Apprentice, testing the attitude control system.

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