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Chair of Space Technology

About Us

Since its inception in 1963, the Chair of Space Technology of the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics has successfully conducted research and educated systems engineers for the space industry. more to: About Us

Research

The research of the Chair of Space Technology focuses on the miniaturisation of space technology, in particularly on the miniturisation of small satellite technologies at the component and system level. more to: Research

Study

The study programme of the Chair of Space Technology mainly focuses on space system design, space technology, space management & operation. more to: Study

International Master's

The Chair of Space Technology has recently introduced a new international full-time Master’s programme in space engineering. more to: International Master's

Events

Successful contact

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Das Missionskontrollzentrum während des Überfluges

The successful start of the Suyuz-2-1a were followed by two hours of quite intense excitement until TechnoSat reported home on time 12 minutes after 10 a.m. more to: Successful contact

TechnoSat is ready for launch

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TechnoSat's integration at the Baikonur Cosmodrome

The final checks are completed and TU Berlin’s 12th satellite waits for it’s launch on a Russian Soyuz 2.1 rocket on Friday, July the 14th at 8:36 am Central European Summer Time. At about 7:00 am a live feed of the launch is available from: https://www.youtube.com/user/tvroscosmos more to: TechnoSat is ready for launch

TechnoSat – Acceptance Passed

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The Team with the qualification- and the flightmodel of TechnoSat

The Nanosatellite mission TechnoSat has successfully passed its acceptance review on the 14th of March 2017. TechnoSat is a 20 kg satellite mission for the in-orbit demonstration and verification of novel nanosatellite technologies. more to: TechnoSat – Acceptance Passed

Aerospace Electronics: First Micromouse Challenge

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Micromouse robot exploring a maze

On March 8th, 2017 the students of the course aerospace electronics presented their Micromouse robots. Objective of the project was the construction of a small robot that can explore a maze, calculate the fastest way from start to finish and the tries to travel this route as swiftly as possible. The fastest micromouse wins the competition. more to: Aerospace Electronics: First Micromouse Challenge

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Head of the Chair

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Brieß
Phone: +49 (0)30 314-21339
Chair of Space Technology
Room F 515

Contact

Bettina Taube
Room F 518
Marchstraße 12-14
D-10587 Berlin
Phone: +49 (0)30 314-21305
Fax: +49 (0)30 314-21306