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TEMPEST-D, a small, nimble satellite developed at CSU, reveals a new view of Hurricane Dorian, showing the layers of the storm. The project, led by ECE Prof. Steven Reising, is supported by an $8.2 million grant from NASA.
With support from the National Science Foundation, a research team led by ECE Prof. Suryanarayanan is designing a self-reliant, local, resilient electric system that can better withstand the next Category 5 hurricane. The project combines sustainable electric grids, systems engineering, and behavioral psychology.
Prof. Chandra has received the IEEE GRSS Distinguished Achievement Award for more than three decades of outstanding contributions to geoscience and remote sensing – a field that uses data from satellites to advance the understanding of the land, oceans, atmosphere, and space.
A small, nimble experimental satellite called TEMPEST-D (Temporal Experiment for Storms and Tropical Systems – Demonstration) is still operating after more than one year in low-Earth orbit. Funded by an $8.2 million NASA grant, the satellite project led by ECE Prof. Steven Reising is providing precise images of global weather – exceeding the expectations of even its engineers.
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