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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Jeff Day visiting the Solar Orbiter Display At Max Planck Institute in Germany

CalRamic Technologies LLC is proud to participate on the ESA Solar Orbiter Project.  Our High Voltage Ceramic Capacitors will be used in will be the PHI-Polarmetric and Helio-seismic Imager developed by the Max Plank Institute in Germany.  The mission is set to launch in 2017 from Cape Canaveral and expected to operate for 3.5 years while gaining valuable knowledge about our local star, the Sun.   

This fall Jeff Day, President/Chief Technical Officer of CalRamic Technologies visited The Max Plank Institute in Germany during the same period parts were delivered.  Jeff is shown standing in front of the Rosetta-Philae Lander that was due to land a week later on the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko .  "We at CalRamic Technologies are very excited about another Analytical Space program that we are involved in here, and look forward to the data that is accumulated about our Sun."  

Over his 30+ year career, Jeff has participated on dozens of Deep Space, Earth Analytical Environmental, and Telecommunications programs with world renown companies in the Space Industry.

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