CubeSat

Thank you note – KEDEA

We would like to thank everyone from the bottom of our heart, who attended the technical presentation of our nano-satellite on March 6 at KEDEA and honored us with their presence and their good mood. For those who did not manage to be with us, we decided to upload our Read more…

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We are Open-Source!

Our CubeSat’s code for On-Board Computer is Open-Source! What is open Source? Open source is a term denoting that a product includes permission to use its source code, design documents, or content. So, following the path of previous CubeSat teams, we have all our code uploaded on GitHub! That way we want to Read more…

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CubeSat – Meet the Science Unit

Can humanity develop sustainable and autonomous colonies beyond Earth? Will we ever traverse the interstellar medium with the same trivial demeanor as we do the Atlantic ocean nowadays? Landing on the moon as part of the Apollo program sparked our imagination and enthusiasm about the possibility of becoming an interplanetary Read more…

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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 has gifted us with photos Read more…

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CubeSat – Meet the Trajectory Subsystem

Performing a mission in space without question requires a rocket and a satellite. Using the rocket, the satellite is placed into orbit around our planet and remains in space until the mission is performed or the satellite reenters the atmosphere. When that, happens it disintegrates by the high temperatures reached Read more…