December 5, 2001 – USURF
Utah State University's Space Dynamics Laboratory and NASA Langley Research Center will launch their SABER (Sounding of the Atmosphere using Broadband Emission Radiometry) instrument as part of NASA's TIMED (Thermosphere-Ionosphere-Mesosphere-Energetics and Dynamics) mission on Friday morning from Vandenberg Air Force Base.
November 16, 2001 – USURF
Real-time digital reconnaissance, jointly developed at the Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL), will leave the enemy nowhere to run, nowhere to hide.
November 7, 2001 – USURF
The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) at Utah State University is pleased to announce that Steven R. Wassom, PhD, PE, has joined the laboratory as a Senior Mechanical Engineer. He will be responsible for the mechanisms on the Russian American Observational Satellites (RAMOS) program. He will also serve as the group leader for the newly created Mechanical & Thermal Engineering Group, which consists of 25 engineers, designers, and technicians.
October 27, 2001 – The Herald Journal
It was early October in 1957. Russian scientists, engaged in a Cold War game of one-upmanship with the United States, launched the world's first satellite - a 183-pound device no larger than a basketball.
October 19, 2001 – USURF
Construction of the 43,000 square foot facility was sparked by continuing growth in research contracts and staff increases, said Allan Steed, SDL director. "It has been seven and a half years since we moved into the Jake Garn Research building. I thought it would be 20 years before we outgrew that space."
August 20, 2001 – USURF
Governor Leavitt has recently appointed Cliff Holle, Business Development Manager of the Space Dynamics Laboratory as Utah's delegate to the Aerospace States Association (ASA).
August 14, 2001 – The Herald Journal
Small satellites are bringing big money to Cache Valley.
August 8, 2001 – USURF
In honor of the 100th anniversary of powered flight, Utah State University and the Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) have announced plans to build a flying replica of the Wright Flyer using space-age materials for the 2003 Wright Flyer celebrations.
July 26, 2001 – USURF
The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is pleased to announce that Scott Anderson has joined the company as an Electrical Engineer for the Advanced Reconnaissance Compression Hardware (ARCH) program. As such, he is responsible for detailed designs of ground and space flight electronics. He will work on projects from concept development through design, implementation, test and delivery to produce high reliability space-born instrumentation and ground-based systems.
July 26, 2001 – USURF
The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is pleased to announce the hiring of Steven M. Baker as an Electrical Engineer for the Advanced Reconnaissance Compression Hardware (ARCH) program. He will be responsible for detailed designs of ground and space flight electronics, including chip-level, board-level and system design using state-of-the-art CAE tools.
July 25, 2001 – USURF
Gov. Mike Leavitt appointed Frank J. Redd, Ph.D., deputy director of Utah State University's Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL), to Utah's Spaceport Advisory Board earlier this month. Redd is one of seven members of the newly formed group, each of whom will serve a four-year term.
July 18, 2001 – USURF
Individuals from "space" will be invading Logan as the Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) and Utah State University host the Fifteenth Annual Conference on Small Satellites, August 13th - 16th at the Eccles Conference Center.
May 28, 2001 – USURF
Students at Shoshone-Bannock Junior/Senior High School will gather Tuesday, May 29 to dedicate their campus's newly constructed observatory on Idaho's Fort Hall Indian Reservation. The ceremony, scheduled for 2 p.m., will feature both traditional and modern elements, as the young astronomers, along with teachers, parents, and community members, celebrate a heritage of "stellar" stories along with dreams for the future.
May 27, 2001 – USURF
The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is pleased to announce the hiring of Dean C. Hansen for the position of Quality Specialist. As such, he is responsible for internal ISO 9001 quality audits, maintaining equipment calibration systems and maintaining corrective action and non-conformance systems.
May 27, 2001 – USURF
The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is pleased to announce that Dean Wada has joined the company as Systems Engineer for the Russian American Observational Satellites (RAMOS). As such, he is responsible for translating system needs into requirements and coordinating the technical aspects of design, fabrication, testing and integration of the satellites to meet those requirements.
May 30, 2001 – USURF
The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is pleased to announce that Trina Paskett has joined the company as Public Relations (PR) Specialist and Education Outreach Coordinator. As such, she performs a wide range of duties including media relations, marketing, advertising and the coordination and implementation of education and public outreach programs.
May 20, 2001 – USURF
The Utah State University Research Foundation (USURF) is pleased to announce the hiring of Craig Merritt for the position of Accountant I. As such, he is responsible for a wide range of accounting functions including financial reporting, budgeting, payroll, forecasting, and accounts receivable and payable.
May 8, 2001 – USURF
Utah State University researcher Gail E. Bingham was one of five Utahns to receive the Governor's Medal for Science and Technology. Governor Mike Leavitt honored Bingham and fellow recipients at a ceremony May 8 at the Governor's mansion.
May 4, 2001 – USURF
The Washington DC office of the Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is pleased to announce the hiring of James C. Fraser, PhD as Technical Liaison between SDL and various Department of Defense agencies in the areas of remote sensing, infrared and radar instrumentation, and multi-sensor data fusion. He will also provide technical and analytical support.
May 4, 2001 – The Salt Lake Tribune
The way sixth-grader Taylor Jensen sees the future, the car he will drive will be guided by a global positioning satellite.
April 20, 2001 – USURF
During the first two weeks in May, students attending 26 schools across northern Utah will be going into outer space.
April 20, 2001 – USURF
Graduation impacts universities in many ways. For the Utah State University (USU) Research Foundation and Space Dynamics Lab (SDL) it means saying goodbye to 36 excellent employees.
April 13, 2001 – USURF
"2001: A Space Odyssey" was the theme for the annual Service Appreciation Award Banquet hosted by the Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) and Utah State University Research Foundation March 22 in the Taggart Student Center Ballroom.
April 8, 2001 – USURF
The Affiliated Research Center (ARC), a unit of the Utah State University Research Foundation, is pleased to announce the hiring of Dennis Wright for the position of Remote Sensing Program Coordinator. As such, his responsibilities include recruiting program partners, serving as program liaison to NASA, and technical and administrative project management.
April 1, 2001 – USURF
The Space Dynamics Lab (SDL) and Utah State University Research Foundation was very pleased to honor David Morse as he was presented with a 30-year service award for his outstanding performance and dedication to the company.
March 15, 2001 – The Salt Lake Tribune
When remnants from the Russian space station Mir plummet to Earth later this month, a little piece of Utah comes down as well. Plant-growing equipment from Utah State University is among the 150 tons of Mir that will begin a controlled re-entry on Tuesday.
March 4, 2001 – USURF
The Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) is pleased to announce that Mr. Cliff Holle has joined the company as Business Development Manager in the office of Program Development. As such, he is responsible for a wide range of marketing and business development activities with SDL's key NASA, Department of Defense (DoD) and commercial customers.