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Welcome To UniSat Project

Unisat Nano-satellite Educational Programme for Girls (UNEPG)
  • Preliminary Design

    Introduction to preliminary design of UNISAT.

  • USK

    Unisat Software Kit (USK) overview and documentation.

  • Hardware Components

    Engineering approach to the design & development of Unisat.

  • ECSS

    European space industry standard used for UNISAT.

Discover the UNEPG facts:

Project funded by UNICEF & organized by Al-Farabi Science and Technology Park.

Learn More Meet the team

What you will learn?

Learn by doing

Our Partners

We can't do such without them

    United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)

  • KazNU

    Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazNU)

  • Al-Farabi STP

    Al-Farabi Science and Technology Park (Al-Farabi STP)

Our Work Flow

Designing, developing, assembling, testing
  • Planing

    Within the UNEPG girls will get not only Hard Skills, but also Soft Skills

  • Designing

    Within the UNEPG girls will go through all the stages of developing real space object

  • Developing

    Within the UNEPG educational course, 2 UniSat nanosatellites will be developed to launch

  • Launch

    The launch of nanosatellites will be carried out using a helium balloon into the stratosphere

Our Latest News

Keep in touch and learn more about UniSat

June 24, 2021, 9:23 p.m.

Kazakhstani girls will learn how to assemble nanosatellites

UNICEF and Al-Farabi Kazakh National University invite youth to join UniSat educational project

Sept. 7, 2020, 8:04 p.m.


Cubesats are satellites 10x10x10 and about 1-3 kg. It’s one of the cheapest and easiest to build satellites!