who we are

Aristotle Space & Aeronautics Team


The Aeronautics project is designing and constructing UAVs with the main objective to participate in the Air Cargo Challenge every two years.


The Rocketry project is the first student project in Greece to expand into high-power rocketry. Its goal is to build a rocket and to participate in the 2019 Spaceport America Cup in USA.


The CubeSat project is studying and designing a 3-Unit (3U) nanosatellite, with the primary goal to be involved into space research.

Few words about us

A student team of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, founded in October 2015 by Mechanical Engineering students. Being the first Aerospace student association in the University, its goal is the development of Aerospace knowledge and culture among the students and faculty.



See our latest work here.

CubeSat – Meet the OBC Subsystem

Would you ever leave your computer on and unattended for an entire week? How about for 8 months, while you are 400km away? Even though electronic devices at home won’t remain on for so long, a satellite will have to endure the loneliness of space Read more…


CubeSat – Meet the Systems Engineering

During the design and testing process of any system, mistakes and shortcomings are to be expected. However, if these problems are not addressed and fixed before the delivery of the system, there is a high chance for a complete failure of the system which can Read more…


CubeSat – Meet the Communications Subsystem

On October 4, 1957, the first ever artificial satellite in history, Sputnik 1, was launched and set to orbit, transmitting radio waves which contained information on the ionosphere’s electron density. Sputnik 1 signal From those seemingly simple beacons of 1957, the evolution of space missions Read more…