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  • I’m wondering the same thing.

  • Some day. Hang in there buddy.

  • With enough of these next to each other, could I make an infrared camera?

  • Can I use it with camera tracking to continuously measure the temperature on the moon?

  • Also, our satellite uses a few parts from SparkFun but we actually ended up using a camera from Adafruit (http://www.adafruit.com/products/397). You should carry a small, high definition camera and then people might be more interested in using it for spacecraft.

  • This is pretty cool! I’m a sophomore in high school and I was invited to join my local CubSsat organization at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. It’s a lot of fun, and we are scheduled to launch late next year.

  • I like how in the suggestions there is everything you need to make a temperature controlled project.

  • Except almost everyone has a favorite color and it’s perfectly socially acceptable… On that note, SparkFun prefers red for some reason. However, you seem to be the only one complaining.

  • These switches are great. I used one for my MicroMouse robot and it worked perfectly. Tip: To put these in a breadboard, first put a little bit of hot glue on the bottom. Then they won’t fall out, and the glue can still be peeled off easily

  • Thought this might help: If these are falling out of your breadboard and messing you up, put a small glob of hot glue on the bottom before putting them on. They won’t be able to fall off, and if you need to get them off, the hot glue will peel off with ease.

FTC Team 7923 Prototyping Board

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These are the parts that FTC team #7923 will use for their proto…