CubeSats - Universal Satellites

Welcome to what we believe is the most comprehensive and up-to-date collection of CubeSat video resources and information for CubeSat designers, engineers, operators and enthusiasts around the world.

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  • Jonathan Oxer from Freetronics talks about the Ardusat undertaking and demonstrates his Arduino based cluster board for running Arduino sketches in house at the ...resource

  • NASA's newest Earth-observing satellite soared into space early morning aboard a Delta II rocket after liftoff at 5:48 a.m. EDT from Space Launch Complex 2 at ...source

  • This thruster is part of a propulsion module provided by the University of Arkansas. We are testing it for use on CubeSats.source

  • Two miniature satellites will be hitching a experience to the Purple Planet to get a entrance row seat for InSight's landing on Mars. Transcript: In March of 2016 NASA will be ...source

  • As component of the ESA Schooling programme, 7 CubeSats will be flown on the initially qualification flight of Europe's new Vega launcher. This online video exhibits the

  • CubeSat is an intercontinental collaboration led by Cal Poly of about forty universities, high universities, and non-public companies acquiring ten-centimeter cubic 'picosatellites' ...source

  • A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket carrying a payload for the Countrywide Reconnaissance Workplace (NRO) and 13 CubeSats lifted off from Space Launch ...source

  • Open Cosmos would like to present you qbee a nanosatellite that will allow affordable and user-friendly space mission deployment for any explorer willing to start a new venture in the space market. Learn more about us at Likes: 0 Viewed: 35 source

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