What are nano-satellites and what you will learn?
Nanosatellites are a class of small space vehicles which do not weigh more than 10 kg. Today, nanosatellites are developed in the world’s leading universities and commercial organizations. UniSat satellites are designed for educational purposes and are equipped with several cameras. One camera shoots an elliptical image of the Earth with 4K resolution.
The UniSat goal is to develop the knowledge and competencies of girls in nanosatellite development, and to improve such skills as teamwork, public speaking, time management and creativity.
A successful team is one where everyone’s unique skills and strengths help the team achieve a shared goal effectively.
Designing a 3D model is fun, you will learn how to design a 3D model of the UniSat enclousure and print it out with 3D printer.
Practice makes a girl good cubesater(emoji:cool).Start from the PCB, you will aseemble and test, and then launch your own nanosatellite.
Programming gives you the full control of your cubesat, where you may retrieve data from the sensorboad, or you may enjoy UniSat taking selfies
Participants of the UniSat project(2020) launched nanosatellites to the stratosphere