who we are

Aristotle Space & Aeronautics Team

Aeronautics

The Aeronautics project studies, designs and construct Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs). Its goals are the participation in the biannual international competition, Air Cargo Challenge, and the development of an innovative Solar Powered UAV.

CubeSat

The AcubeSAT project is designing a 3U CubeSat to study the effects of microgravity and cosmic radiation on human-like cells, with the support of the Education Office of the European Space Agency, under the educational Fly your Satellite! Programme.

Rocketry

The Rocketry project is the first student project in Greece to expand into High Power Rocketry (H.P.R.). Its aim is to spread Rocketry to Greece as well as participate in the world's largest Rocketry student competition, Spaceport America Cup.

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.

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Rocketry Avionics Subsystem

Avionics Subsystem The Avionics subsystem is responsible for implementing four different tasks. Their initial remit is Avionics bay, where the flight computer is located. Following is the GPS bay, whose job is to find the Read more…

CubeSat On-Board Computer Subsystem

On-Board Computer Subsystem The On-Board Computer (OBC) subsystem is considered to be the “brain” of the satellite. It will be primarily responsible for coordinating and performing the basic functions required for the operation of the Read more…

Rocketry Aerodynamics Subsystem

Aerodynamics Subsystem The Aerodynamics subteam is responsible for the design of the aerodynamic surfaces of the rocket. The goal is to design a rocket that reaches the desired apogee while remaining stable throughout the flight. Read more…