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A tiny satellite built by student researchers at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette was launched into space Sunday to measure radiation levels as it orbits Earth. “The CubeSat” left the Mojave Air and Space Port in California inside a Virgin Orbit LauncherOne rocket attached beneath a wing of a customized Boeing 747. (Photo credit: Virgin Orbit.)

UL Lafayette students’ CAPE-3 satellite collecting data for NASA

A tiny satellite built by student researchers at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette will help NASA develop technology designed to keep astronauts safe.

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Rayne Chamber Board

The Rayne Chamber of Commerce has elected three new board members, including Stacy Ancelet of Ancelet Cattle Farm, Denise Brignac of Fireworks Warehouse and Laura Matte of Gary Matte Hardware.

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THE POST-SIGNAL / Steve Bandy
Sheriff K.P. Gibson was guest speaker for the recent meeting of the Crowley Lions Club, explaining upgrades made and planned at the Acadia Parish office.

Lions hear Sheriff

Sheriff K.P. Gibson has made a number of changes in the way things are run at the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office since he first took office in 2016 — and more are on the way.

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