Lenox Earns the Contractor Team Spirit Award

The NASA space missions have been an unforgettable and permanent part of American history. A recent example is the STEREO mission; the objective of the STEREO mission was to study the sun’s many particles, compositions, and solar winds. Many photos were taken since the mission launch from Cape Canaveral on October 26, 2006. It lasted 12 years despite being planned for only two. The images taken from the mission could then be viewed as a 3-D image. Lenox Laser had the prestigious honor to design some of the instruments that would help guide STEREOS imaging systems.

For our part, Lenox Laser worked on the NASA/GFCF focus test for the EUV imager that would be put on board the STEREO. NASA’s Instrument Systems and Technology Division, the Contractor Team Spirit Award – was presented to Lenox Laser for our hard work. Without this and all other contributions to the STEREO, the images would not have been what they are today. The honor was beyond humbling for us. We hope to continue to watch NASA’s innovations in their awe-inspiring glory.

Courtesy of NASA

Lenox Laser can never put a price on the honor that it was to receive this award. To learn more about NASA itself or the other missions that we were honored to be part of, please visit Lenoxlaser.com and to explore the missions and even greater detail, visit NASA.com. Our thanks go out to all involved in helping make this award possible. It was a nod for the feat of engineering.

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