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Marathon EDL-4S Data Logger goes into space.

Rocket test with EDL-4S.

Rocket test collects data with Marathon’s EDL-4S.

“Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) has secured the opportunity to send a 2U (10cm x 10cm x 20cm) size payload (NanoLab) onboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard capsule in the Summer of 2017 to conduct a science research experiment in collaboration with Medical University of South Carolina and University of Health Science Center at San Antonio. Our NanoLab will house a device (EDL-4S Data Logger provided by Marathon Products, Inc.) to measure the payload’s temperature, relative humidity, and acceleration in the X, Y, and Z directions that the NanoLab will experience during the different phases of the 11-12 minutes suborbital mission.”-says Dr. Pedro Llanos, PI of the project.

EDL-4S rocket test packaging.

EDL-4S is packaged and ready for the rocket test.

EDL-4S acceleration graph
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