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Supplies and equipment are not an issue.  Hands on help is.  We need embedded hardware, software, FPGA, and RF engineers, licensed amateur radio operators, project developers, crafts people, decorators, coordinators, outreach specialists and educators.  However, no one with helping hands or a willingness to learn will be turned away.
Supplies and equipment are not an issue.  Hands on help is.  We need embedded hardware, software, FPGA, and RF engineers, licensed amateur radio operators, project developers, crafts people, decorators, coordinators, outreach specialists and educators.  However, no one with helping hands or a willingness to learn will be turned away.


=Current Projects=
=[[HacDC_Spaceblimp_6/Projects|Current Projects]]=


*[[HacDC_Spaceblimp_6/Projects/Structural Design|Structural Design]]
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*[[HacDC_Spaceblimp_6/Projects/System_Testing_and_Integration|System Testing and Integration]]
*[[HacDC_Spaceblimp_6/Projects/Curriculum Development and key Project Documents|Curriculum Development and key Project Documents]]
*[[HacDC_Spaceblimp_6/Projects/fundraising|Fundraising]]
*[[HacDC_Spaceblimp_6/Projects/Safety|Safety]]
*[[HacDC_Spaceblimp_6/Projects/Recovery team (chase team)|Recovery team (chase team)]]

Revision as of 18:12, 21 July 2016

Current Mission

Since Global Space Balloon Challenge 2016 (GSBC) just ended, there is no better time than now to start planning for participation in, but not limited to, the GSBC 2017 challenge. HacDC has had some preliminary discussions with the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) regarding some of their STEM initiatives which align well with our Spaceblimp project. This presents a great opportunity for HacDC to collaborate with the NRL and local area schools to assist students in preparing for the next GSBC or other balloon events. Besides helping young minds grow, we could also expand in to other STEAM initiatives and work side-by-side with distinguished researchers and scientists from the NRL.

Supplies and equipment are not an issue. Hands on help is. We need embedded hardware, software, FPGA, and RF engineers, licensed amateur radio operators, project developers, crafts people, decorators, coordinators, outreach specialists and educators. However, no one with helping hands or a willingness to learn will be turned away.

Current Projects