See our contributions on NASA's website below!
Last year's ISS Team did an experiment testing the amount of CO2 on the space station, just like our team is doing this year. The improvements made between the two experiments is the versatility and capacity of the CO2 sensor. Last year, the sensor did not read as high as predicted, so our results flat-lined at about 2000ppm. This years upgrade is 50,000 ppm.
A hardware schematics from the 2012-2013 CO2 sensor
This is the completed version of our 2012-2013 CO2 sensor
Team leaders Hayden Wisniewski, Aaron Day, and Ethan Gwaltney explain the purpose of the sensor to Congressman, Duncan Hunter.