Two students holding the component containing the inflatable antenna TaMya Reliford, University of Arizona Aman Chandra (left) and Shae Henley (right) are two of many UArizona students who have helped prepare CatSat for launch. Here, they carefully handle the system that will eject and inflate a large mylar membrane in space. The upper half of the ball-shaped antenna is reflective, so it can relay electromagnetic waves to Earth.