Saturday, November 23, 2013

Thanks to Everyone

To all the folks at NASA for the amazing private tours
To the Zero-G team and the MUERP program
To all the folks who donated money for this project through GoFundMe
To Dean Woo at CPP for his support and helping to find money as well
To Sarah Quasny at JSC for picking us/ supporting us and playing with us!
We had a great time - Feel free to browse our original proposal and the rather boring TEDP (103 pages)
We will post a final report and some additional videos soon.

Original Proposal
TEDP Technical Report

Move of messing around between serious research of playing video games


Movie of Flying Rubber Ducky

Some great pics of second flight!!!

Some great pics of first flight!!!

First flight team ready to go

Experiment getting loaded up

Some more checks with the flight crew The red shirt is Sarah our Nasa mentor


The Guppy was doing touch and go's all day outside our hanger

Hanging out with an Astronaut

Joe Acaba hung out with us for a while and told lots of stories of living for 6 months in the ISS

Super Cool tour of building 9 - Got to go in the Shuttle

This was done by a cal poly pomona alum (cowboy hat) who designed the most expensive toilet ever

Some good ole texas food

Saturday, November 16, 2013

ISS Swimming Pool

Then we saw the pool with the entire ISS assembled in it - This is the biggest indoor pool in the world

Super VIP tour my our NASA mentor got us on the floor of Mission Control

Our tour was amazing and really special. They are in constant communication here with the ISS - Unfortunately all the folks on the ISS went to sleep already.

Final team in Houston

Brice Colton - Wish you were here...

Brice was an invaluable member of the team from the start all the way through - In the end he could not miss the time from his job so he did not go to Houston. Here he is in the original team photo

Testing and getting Final Check-Offs

Ours was the most prepared of any - but still had some strapping issues and they had to verify that the bolt

s were tightened down precisely - Good job Andrew

Martin and Andrew arrive to JSC Ellington Field to set-up

All ready for testing and Andrew throwing some darts

Prototype framed up and almost ready to go

Government is back up!!!

So we will be going one week later from the 8-15th
Too bad as everyone was hoping it would be during winter break from school

Government is Shutdown

Flight is delayed until further notice.....bummer