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Digital CubeSat Camera with dedicated Evaluation Kit piCAM/FM, piCAM/EK
As a part of Canadian Satellite Design Challenge (CSDC) the UMSATS team won the challenge and was accepted for the flight with the TSAT 6 CubeSat project.
Multiple piCAM/FM, piCAM/EM and piCAM/EK units
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PolyOrbite is a student society from Polytechnique Montréal specialized in the field of space technologies. PolyOrbite's CubeSat team is currently participating in the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge with the aim of launching into orbit a 3U CubeSat whose main mission is called Selfie-Sat. Once the nanosatellite will be in orbit, this mission will allow Amateur Radio Operators from all around the world to “take a selfie” from space using the on-board piCAM.
Digital CubeSat Camera/(Flight Model) (piCAM-FM) for the CTS-Sat-1 mission. This first satellite is the maiden voyage for the team as well as the first University of Calgary student-built satellite to be launched in the history of the city. Join us as we work towards launching #CalgaryToSpace via https://www.calgarytospace.ca
piDOSE-DCD CubeSat Geiger Counter for the AggieSat6 mission, developed at AggieSat Laboratory, part of Texas A&M University
The primary mission of AggieSat6 (AGS6) is to demonstrate the functionality of a space-based radiofrequency array device for the Space Domain Awareness (SDA) application of satellite position and orbit determination.
The secondary mission is to sample the low-energy electron radiation enviroment on Low Earth Orbit (LEO) to enhance existing radiation models. Credtis: https://aggiesat.tamu.edu/projects/ags6/
The Virginia CubeSat Constellation (VCC) mission aims to fly a constellation of three 1U CubeSats in LEO. Funded by NASA through the USIP Program (USIP-15), the mission is a collaboration of Old Dominion University, Virginia Tech, University of Virginia and Hampton University, and is being led by the Virginia Space Grant Consortium. The objectives of the VCC mission are to: 1) Provide a hands-on, student-led flight project experience for undergraduate students by designing, developing, integrating, testing and flying an orbital constellation of three 1U CubeSats, 2) Obtain measurements of the orbital decay of a constellation of satellites to develop a database of atmospheric drag and the variability of atmospheric properties, and 3) Evaluate and demonstrate a system to determine and communicate relative and absolute spacecraft position across an orbiting constellation.
miniPATCH-L1 / Flight Model
Phoenix is a 3U CubeSat developed by an undergraduate student team at Arizona State University as part of the NASA USIP Program. An infrared camera will be installed in the spacecraft which will take thermal images of US cities to study the Urban Heat Island Effect and determine methods for making urban areas more sustainable.
piNAV-NG GPS L1 receiver
Customized CubeSat GPS Antenna
PocketQube-sized GPS L1 Receiver, https://upsat.gr/
piNAV-L1 / Engineering Model including Evaluation Kit
GPS L1 Receiver, http://spacedatacenter.at/pegasus/
7th Czech Scientific satellite, 1U S/C, complete bus development, assembly, AIT, operations