HAB 2022 Payload Manifest

In October 2022, the Maine Space Grant Consortium and MaxIQ Space are collaborating on a ride-share high altitude balloon mission.

Launching from Southern Maine, this project is specific to the ride-share flight hardware kits identical to those to be used on the Suborbital Challenge and future ISS projects.

Payload allocation:

1 - TigerSats Princeton MAE 

2 - Pico-satellite Club 

3 - Mountain View Elementary School

4 - Stockbridge High School

5 - Magnolia Campus, Mooresville

6 - Nipmuc Regional High School

7 - Clarke Magnet High School

8 - MaxIQ R&D

9 - Bellarmine College

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If you'd like to sign up for this launch, please go to this page.

Our Partners

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