CubeSat Satellites

Popular CubeSat satellite videos, including smallsat and payload testing clips for CubeSat, PicoSat, PocketQube and small satellite owners and operators.



All videos in category CubeSat Satellites (17 videos)

  • This is an extremely rough version of our phone application - it is a proof of concept. The main purpose of the application is for outreach. We want to share our passion for space based research and SHAAKE with the whole world. The primary functions of the application will be: - "Sky View" -> You...

  • The University of Hawaii at Manoa's student-built cube satellite launched on a Minotaur rocket at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility on November 19, 2013. UH engineering students in the Small Satellite Program spent four years designing and building the cube satellite or CubeSat from scratch. Likes: 0 Viewed: 1955 source

  • This video documents the adventure of the University of Florida Small Satellite Design Club (SSDC) 2013- 2014 Microgravity Design Team as we flew on the "Weightless Wonder" at Elliot Field, Houston, TX, to test a solar panel deployment mechanism for CubeSat applications in a microgravity environment. Likes: 0 Viewed: 6 source

  • To measure the ozone distribution in the stratosphere, the temperature in the mesosphere and the electron density in the ionosphere, the Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (BIRA-IASB) is developping the PICASSO satellite, in collaboration with VTT (Finland), Clyde-Space Ltd (UK) and the Centre Spatial de Liège (Belgium), for the European Space Agency ESA. Just 32x10x10...

  • Hongman Kim Senior Research Engineer Phoenix Integration Abstract Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is an approach to improve traditional document-based systems engineering approach through the use of a system model. In the current practice of system developments, there exists a large gap between systems engineering activities and engineering analyses, because systems engineers and engineering analysts are...

  • An interview with Zac Manchester from Cornell University about the history behind the Kicksat project, and the upcoming launch of the new Kicksat 2. Credit for additional footage to NASA, ESA and Cornell University. Likes: 0 Viewed: 20 source

  • To measure the ozone distribution in the stratosphere, the temperature in the mesosphere and the electron density in the ionosphere, the Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (BIRA-IASB) is developping the PICASSO satellite, in collaboration with VTT (Finland), Clyde-Space Ltd (UK) and the Centre Spatial de Liège (Belgium), for the European Space Agency ESA. Just 32x10x10...

  • 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 www.open-cosmos.com Likes: 0 Viewed: 35 source

  • Researchers from Cornell University have created a mini satellite spacecraft they call "Sprites" that measure just 1cm x 1cm and include basic spectrometers, load sensors to measure particle impacts, chemical sensors, and simple CMOS cameras. We discuss sending millions (nay, billions!) of these mini spacecraft into space, toward every piece of visible light in the...

  • A tiny satellite, dubbed KySat-2, built by students at the University of Kentucky and Morehead State University is orbiting about 300 miles above the Earth, circling the planet every 90 minutes or so at speeds close to 18,000 mph. Produced by Research Communications at the University of Kentucky. Likes: 0 Viewed: 22 source

  • ESTECO and CST engineers demonstrate in detail the advantage of combining their proprietary technologies for various design applications, presenting a real-world case "Multi-objective optimization of a high gain, circularly polarized rectangular antenna array in the Ka band for CubeSat class satellites". Learn how to exploit the CST STUDIO SUITE electromagnetic simulation capabilities and spot the...

  • SUCHAI (Satellite of University of Chile for Aerospace Investigation) es el último proyecto de la Facultad de Ciencias Físicas y Matemáticas de la Universidad de Chile. Likes: 1 Viewed: 768 source