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rocket above the earth

This week’s UH News Image of the Week is from Windward Community College‘s Joseph Ciotti, recently retired professor and Project Imua manager.

He shared: “The earth from 100 miles up. Windward Community College’s innovative sublimation rocket ScubeR photographed at apogee by Honolulu Community College’s onboard deck camera. NASA’s discarded Malemute second stage rocket visible at lower left. Funded by the Hawaiʻi Space Grant Consortium, Mission 10 was UH Community Colleges Project Imua’s fourth payload launched into space from NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.”

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