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ATIC Participants List
Louisiana State University - Baton Rouge
Hodoscopes (with SU), Calorimeter, Gondola, Structure, Payload Electronics, Flight Software, Ground Data System, Integration, Flight Operations, Flight data processing & formatting
Naval Research Laboratory / Marshall Space Flight Center
ASICs, Front End Electronics, Pre-Trigger, Silicon Matrix (with MSU)
University of Maryland
Simulations, Data Processing and Distribution
Southern University - Baton Rouge
Hodoscopes (with LSU), Simulations
Moscow State University - Russia
Silicon Matrix (with NRL), Simulations (backscatter)
Seoul National University - South Korea
Simulations (Heavy Ion)
Max Planck Institute Lindau - Germany
Simulations (Trigger), Electrons
NASA - Office of Space Science
Provides funding to support the U.S. contribution to ATIC
National Scientific Balloon Facility (NSBF)
Provides the management, infrastructure, ballooncraft equipment, support crew, and logistics necessary for successful scientific balloon flight campaigns. 
Louisiana Systemic Initiatives Program
Supports the participation of teachers in developing classroom lessons associated with the ATIC project.
Louisiana Technology Innovation Fund
Supports the "Robots for Internet Experiences (ROBIE)" project for developing internet accessible instruments for teachers and classrooms. 
National Science Foundation (NSF)
The National Science Foundation (NSF) manages all U.S. research in Antarctica.  In particular, the NSF Office of Polar Programs (OPP) is responsible for conducting Arctic as well as Antarctic science program including support of the LDB scientific balloon missions.
All Flight Systems run on QNX Realtime OS.    
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