National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Marshall Space Flight Center




Several organizations were key to the Hi-C sounding rocket program success. MSFC/NASA led the mission with substantial contributions from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, Mass. (led by Leon Golub); Lockheed Martin's Solar Astrophysical Laboratory in Palo Alto, Calif. (led by Bart De Pontieu); the University of Central Lancashire in Lancashire, England (led by Robert Walsh); and the Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow (led by Sergey Kuzin).

Hi-C 1 Launch Team

Principle Investigator: Jonathan Cirtain, NASA/MSFC

Project Scientist: Amy Winebarger, NASA/MSFC

Instrument Scientist: Ken Kobayashi, UAH/NASA/MSFC

Hi-C 2.1 Launch Team

Principle Investigator: Amy Winebarger, NASA/MSFC

Project Scientist: Sabrina Savage, NASA/MSFC

Instrument Scientist: Laurel Rachmeler, NASA/MSFC