Constellations spoke with Spencer Boyajian, professional research assistant at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, commonly referred to as LASP, at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Boyajian described LASP’s journey from university project to international satellite program.
“LASP predates NASA, actually. It originally started as the Upper Air Laboratory because we weren't quite to space just yet,” said Boyajian, “and then started with sounding rockets, putting science payloads on sounding rockets, heliophysics, paving the . . .
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