Today I received official notice: I am a member of the AIAA Space Operations and Support Technical Committee (SOSTC). The SOSTC Charter: “The Space Operations and Support Technical Committee (SOSTC) is concerned with all aspects of civil, military, and commercial space operations and support, including direct and supporting operations, the systems and software affecting operations, … More Space Operations and Support Technical Committee
My assessment and critique of my rocket flight in February. … More Post-Flight Analysis Report (PFAR) of RX1
I will be giving a demonstration of FreeFlyer on Thursday, September 28 at 2:00 pm in SERC 3070. Faculty and Students feel free to drop on by! I have attached the flyer, here: FreeFlyerWithAttitude Christopher Simpson will present a FreeFlyer demonstration, “FreeFlyer with Attitude,” on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 2:00 pm in SERC 3070. … More FreeFlyer Demonstration: 2:00pm Sep. 28, 2017 for UA faculty and students
It is Rocket Science
An example of some of my work for NASA Student Launch. The payload was a Hazard Avoidance Lander using optical systems to avoid landing dangers. The rocket was designed to achieve just under a mile in altitude.