TU Berlin

Chair of Space TechnologyTUBIN

Page Content

to Navigation

TUBIN

Technische Universität Berlin Infrared Nanosatellite
Point of Contact

TUBIN (Technische Universität Berlin Infrared Nanosatellite) is a university satellite mission with the objective to demonstrate novel Earth remote sensing technologies for nanosatellites. Since power and size limitations prove prohibitive to accommodating cooled HgCdTe infrared detectors on a nanosatellite, TUBIN will carry two uncooled microbolometer imagers. In addition, a third imager with sensitivity in the visible spectrum will complement the infrared payload. The ground resolution of the thermal images will be 180 m. Due to the much smaller pixel size, the images of the visible spectrum camera will have a ground resolution of 50 m.

Lupe

Following the TechnoSat mission, TUBIN is the second satellite to be based on the TUBiX20 satellite platform of Technische Universität Berlin. Secondary mission objective is the on-orbit verification of the high accuracy configuration of the TUBiX20 attitude determination and control system.

References

Barschke, Merlin F.; Ballheimer, Walter; Gordon, Karsten and Brieß, Klaus (2015). The TUBIN mission - Wildfire detection using nanosatellites. presented at the 64th German Aerospace Congress


Barschke, Merlin F. and Gordon, Karsten (2015). Enabling flexible payload management through modularity. presented at the 65th International Astronautical Congress


Barschke, Merlin F. and Gordon, Karsten (2014). A generic systems architecture for a single failure tolerant nanosatellite platform. Proceedings of the 65th International Astronautical Congress


Barschke, Merlin F.; Yoon, Zizung and Brieß, Klaus (2013). TUBiX - The TU Berlin innovative next generation nanosatellite bus. presented at the 64th International Astronautical Congress


Barschke, Merlin F.; Yoon, Zizung; Baumann, Frank; Roemer, Stephan and Brieß, Klaus (2013). Nanosatellite activities at TU Berlin. Proceedings of the 2nd IAA Conference on University Satellites Missions, 69-76.


Barschke, Merlin F.; Baumann, Frank; Ballheimer, Walter; Großekatthöfer, Karsten; Nitzschke, Christian and Brieß, Klaus (2013). TUBiX20 - The novel nanosatellite bus of TU Berlin. Proceedings of the 9th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, 93-96.


Barschke, Merlin F.; Brieß, Klaus and Renner; Udo (2016). Twenty-five years of satellite development at Technische Universität Berlin. Proceedings of the Small Satellites Systems and Services Symposium


Barschke, Merlin F.; Gordon, Karsten; von Keiser, Philip and Starke, Mario (2016). FDIR approach of a modular satellite platform architecture. Proceedings of the 66th International Astronautical Congress


Barschke, Merlin F.; Bartholomäus, Julian; Gordon, Karsten; Lehman, Marc and Brieß, Klaus (2017). The TUBIN mission for wildfire detection using nanosatellites. CEAS Space Journal, 183-194.


Barschke, Merlin F. and Brieß, Klaus (2017). Nanosatellite development at Technische Universität Berlin: Current status and perspective. presentation at the 66th German Aerospace Congress


Barschke, Merlin F.; Gordon, Karsten; and Junk, Stefan (2017). Modular architecture and time-efficient development of a flexible nanosatellite platform. Proceedings of the 11th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, 289-292.


Barschke, Merlin F. (2019). A modular platform architecture to enable system level scalability. Proceedings of the 12th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation


Bartholomäus, Julian; Barschke, Merlin F. and Lehmann, Marc (2018). Development of a single-channel wildfire detection algorithm for the TUBIN mission. Proceedings of the 69th International Astronautical Congress


Bartholomäus, Julian; Barschke, Merlin F. and Lehmann, Marc (2019). The TUBIN mission within the context of present and future satellite-based fire detection systems. Proceedings of the 12th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation


Frank Baumann and Klaus Brieß (2015). A Quad-channel UHF Transceiver for TUBiX20. 10th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation


To top

Navigation

Quick Access

Schnellnavigation zur Seite über Nummerneingabe