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The STP-H7 (Space Test Program - Houston 7) is a combo of experiments to be hosted on the International Space Station (ISS).

The STP-H7 pallet features several different experiments, including CASPR, from various institutions. The integration of the pallet is under the management of the DoD STP Human Spaceflight Payloads Office.

Experiments on STP-H7 include:

  • CASPR (Configurable Autonomous Sensor Processing Research), including a 8U binocular camera iSIM-90 optics built by Satlantis mounted atop a gimbal-actuated platform.
  • GARI-1 (GAGG Radiation Instrument)
  • Falcon Neuro
  • LASSO (Local Area Space Surveillance Observations)
  • OSVW (Ocean Surface Vector Winds)
  • PIANO (Phenomenology Imager and Nighttime Observer)

The STP-H7 package was launched as an external payload on the Dragon CRS-24 cargo spacecraft towards the ISS, where it was mounted on the COF (Columbus) module.

Nation: USA
Type / Application: Technology
Operator: US Air Force (USAF), STP (Space Test Program)
Equipment: CASPR, GARI-1, Falcon Neuro, LASSO, OSVW, PIANO
Configuration: Attached ISS payload
Propulsion: None
Power: Via ISS
Orbit: 400 km × 400 km, 51.6 (typical)
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
STP-H7 N/A 21.12.2021 CCK LC-39A Falcon-9 v1.2 (Block 5) with Dragon CRS-24, STP-H8, DAILI, PATCOOL, TARGIT, GASPACS, Light 1, GT 1, FEES 2

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