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First Bluetooth transmission of radiation data inside Blue Origin New Shepard capsule

Space Environment Technologies successfully executed its second suborbital mission for its ARMAS FM7 instrument, reaching space on Blue Origin’s New Shepard spaceship NS-13 flight.

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Blue Origin Prepares for NS-13 Flight with ARMAS Payload

Blue Origin announced today that it is targeting liftoff of its New Shepard capsule on from the West Texas Launch Site (WTLS). Though short-term delayed in the launch, this flight will include SET’s ARMAS radiation detectors.

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NASA SBIR awarded for machine learning thermosphere

NASA’s SBIR 2020 program selected SET’s “Machine learning Enabled Thermosphere Advanced by HASDM (META-HASDM)” project for SBIR Phase I funding. SET will work with West Virginia University’s ML group in this project.

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Standley Lake Stargazing

Bring the moon, planets and stars a little closer to home! Standley Lake Stargazing provides captivating experiences through astronomy. In light of the current pandemic, local astronomers Aric Vyhmeister and Freddy Cruz are offering ways to enjoy the cosmos during these times of isolation.

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ARMAS App reports aerospace radiation for crew and passengers

Space Environment Technologies launches its ARMAS App v1.4 via the Apple store to provide real-time monitoring for managing radiation risks to commercial aviation and space transportation crew and passengers.

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NAIRAS v2 operating at SET as NASA backup

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA. The NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) Nowcast of Atmospheric Ionizing Radiation for Aviation Safety (NAIRAS) V2 model

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ARMAS detects galactic radiation on Blue Origin flight

Space Environment Technologies successfully executed a suborbital mission its ARMAS dosimeter instrument reaching space on Blue Origin’s New Shepard spaceship on December 11, 2019.

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Tobiska testifies before U.S. House Science Committee

SET’s W. Kent Tobiska testifies before the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space and Technology to advance collaboration for space weather research and forecasting.

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ARMAS High-Altitude Mission Reaches New Heights

Space Environment Technologies successfully completed a high-altitude research mission of its ARMAS dosimeter instrument on a 9-hour stratospheric balloon flight. The World View Enterprises balloon reached 115,000 feet along an Arizona–Texas flight path on Thursday, March 29, 2018.

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