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BEESAT (Berlin Experimental and Educational Satellite) is a picosatellite project at TU Berlin. The main objective is the in-Orbit-Verification of miniaturized reaction wheels. more to: BEESAT-1


The primary objective of the BEESAT-3 mission is the education of students at TU Berlin. Another mission objective is the technology demonstration of HISPICO. more to: BEESAT-3


In Zusammenarbeit mit IQ Wireless wurde ein hochintegrierter S-Bandsender für Pico- und Nanosatellite (HISPICO) entwickelt, der die Datenübertragung im S-Band für Cubesats im niederen Erdorbit ermöglicht. more to: HISPICO



Durch Modularisierung von monolithisch ausgelegten Satelliten wird im Rahmen von On-Orbit-Servicing-Tätigkeiten nachhaltige Raumfahrt ermöglicht. more to: iBOSS-1


The global objective of the project CRIST is to ensure compliance with the increased demands on university education in the partner countries KZ, RU and UA. more to: CRIST (EU)


In the frame of European Commission’s Tempus Programme, a new curriculum for the study programme Space Technology (NCR) has been incorporated between 2007 and 2009 at the Tashkent State Technical University (TSTU), Faculty of Space Technology. more to: NCR (EU)


The project aims at bridging the gap between availability of valuable EO information and its practical use for various economic and societal purposes by enabling and stimulating the exchange of information and reducing technical barriers on the way to its circulation. more to: MEDEO (EU)


Within the scope of the Microwheels project miniaturized reaction wheels were developed to be used as actuators of attitude control in picosatellites with a massup to 1 kg. more to: Microwheels


Ziel der im Rahmen eines Kooperationsorhabens durchgeführten Untersuchungen war die Analyse der Anwendungs- und Nutzungs­möglichkeiten dieser Satellitenklasse. more to: PiNaNuPo


The project deals with problem-oriented processing of observational data collected and stored by former ionospheric satellite missions and their data mining with the aim to create a database of ionosphere waves catalogues. more to: POPDAT (EU)


The project seeks to continue fostering cooperative ties between the countries of Central Asia and Europe in developing and applying Earth Observation (EO) technologies for effective environmental monitoring. more to: SEOCA (EU)


The main objective was the verification of miniaturized sensors for attitude determination (magnetic field sensor, gyro and a self-developed sun sensor) as well as high-efficeency solar cells in space. more to: TUPEX 1-3


TUBSAT is a microsatellite program series developed and built by the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The program focuses on attitude control systems and ranges in application from testbed for space experiments, Store & Forward communication techniques and earth observation. more to: TUBSAT


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