|Project Summary||Project Information|
A Callisto Solar Spectrograph is a type of satellite dish that takes RF emissions from the sun in response to solar flares and sends it to a server in Zurich, Switzerland for scientists and data analysts to study. These RF emissions serve as a warning for any kind of solar flare induced blackouts on the electrical grid or loss of satellite coverage, allowing people to prepare for these kinds of events and respond to them quickly. Additionally, the solar spectrograph can be repurposed at night to detect the top 40 brightest RF objects in the night sky.
The goal of this project is to complete system integration of the solar spectrograph satellite with the system software, allowing for complete automation of the spectrograph's operation throughout day and night with little need for human intervention. This goal will be achieved with current hardware and any new hardware required for automation, as well as any existing codebase from previous Solar Spectrograph iterations where applicable and reasonable.
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