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ADC will develop an instrument for The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) at the University of Colorado to aide study of the Earth’s atmosphere, the sun, and the solar system.
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Lansing, NY, June 9, 2011 -- ADC USA, Inc. announced today that it received a contract to design and build an instrument for The Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP)
http://lasp.colorado.edu/home/ at the University of Colorado to aide study of the Earth’s atmosphere, the sun, and the solar system.

 

“We are delighted to have the opportunity of working with a world class institution to develop a cutting edge instrument to aide for a better understanding of solar physics and space weather,” says Alexander Deyhim, President and CEO of ADC.

 

ADC’s instrument will help LASP scientists and researchers to test, debug and qualify complex engineering and scientific instruments under extreme conditions (Temperature Range: -70°C to +80°C).

 

“Engineering products that will endure the extremes of the space environment is a challenge” says Eric Van Every, Director of Operation at ADC. Engineers need to test and condition their instruments and components to ensure that they will function properly when exposed to designated temperatures, humidity levels, radiation levels, acceleration, acoustic levels, and other conditions. LASP is one of the world’s leading institutions in solar research and the world’s only research institute to have sent instruments to all eight planets and Pluto.

 

About the company: Advanced Design Consulting USA, Inc.(ADC USA, Inc.) is a privately owned company organized and structured to provide technical services to all types of clients from small scientific entrepreneurs to universities, government agencies and private industries. The firm’s expertise and activities are primarily related to engineering design, research and development, testing and custom fabrication. It searches for innovative solutions to difficult problems. To order a copy of our free catalog, call (607) 533-3531 or send an e-mail to adc@adc9001.com . For further
information, visit the ADC web site at www.adc9001.com .

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