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This project was successfully funded on December 3, 2011.
First off, sorry for the long delay in posting these photos. I'm finally back in the lab at Cornell after a long road trip from California. I'd like to extend another huge thank you to everyone at NASA Ames Research Center who helped me and supported this work over the past year and a half. Now on to the pictures!
I've posted the pdf files we fed to the laser machine to help you find your engraving. Since the PDFs are much easier to read, I'd suggest looking there first. Once you figure out which side your engraving is on, have a look at the photos.
If you have a hard time finding your engraving or can't see it well enough in one of the photos above, send me a message. It was a little difficult to get everything to show up well under the flourescent lighting in the lab and I do have more photos.
KickSat is scheduled to launch in about a month from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Stay tuned in in the coming weeks for launch updates as well as information ion how to listen for KickSat and the Sprites with inexpensive ham radio gear.
Thanks again to all of our backers!