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SunJammer Technology Demonstration
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browse graphicThe Sunjammer Project is a NASA funded contract to L?Garde Inc. to fly a solar sail demonstration for a period of approximately one year. L?Garde is also partnered in this mission with Space Services Holdings Inc. (SSHI) who will conduct all commercial activities associated with the mission such as memorial services, advertising, sponsorship (SSHI fill in) NASA will provide a government frequency allocation for the conduct of this mission. NASA, as the government user of the government acquired frequency will maintain authority to terminate the mission transmissions throughout the operating life of the Sunjammer mission.

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