1. PocketSpacecraft: MIssion to the Moon


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    A new project to give thousands of people the opportunity to design, build and launch personalised spacecraft and send them to the moon has launched: PocketSpacecraft.com

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    • PocketSpacecraft: MIssion to the Moon KickStarter Video HD


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      A new project to give thousands of people the opportunity to design, build and launch personalised spacecraft and send them to the moon has launched on KickStarter: http://kck.st/14zOnAA

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      • Satellite built by University of Hawaii students launched


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        The University of Hawaii at Manoa's student-built cube satellite launched on a Minotaur rocket at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility on November 19, 2013. UH engineering students in the Small Satellite Program spent four years designing and building the cube satellite or CubeSat from scratch.

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        • Cannae Cubesat Drive


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          • Compass-1 AFSK telemetry download


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            COMPASS-1 is the first CubeSat of the Aachen University of Applied Sciences in Germany. It is a 10x10x10 cm³ cubic satellite with a mass of less than 1 kilogram! The original mission purpose was to let everyone take and download pictures of the earth from the unique view of a satellite in orbit. Daily download of satellite data is delegated to a team of licensed radio amateurs around the world, and is coordinated by Mike Rupprecht, DK3WN. Satellites systems information, like battery condition and temperatures, are monitored and provided to the University of Aachen. This includes downloading of pictures from the experimental camera system. In this video it's demonstrated how satellite data (telemetry) is downloaded using 1k2 AFSK modulation. Radio amateurs use computer controlled antenna systems to ‘follow’ the satellite while it travels through space. Computers compensate for ‘Doppler’ effect on the transmit (command) and receive (telemetry) frequencies. Data decoding and telemetry processing is also fully automated by software developed by radio amateurs. Henk, PA3GUO Amateur Radio Station The Netherlands www.pa3guo.com Camera: Canon HV30 Music: Licensed from SONY Cinescore Studio 1.0

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            • Proyecto SUCHAI - FCFM


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              SUCHAI (Satellite of University of Chile for Aerospace Investigation) es el último proyecto de la Facultad de Ciencias Físicas y Matemáticas de la Universidad de Chile.

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              • PhoneSat Challenge Overview for RHoK


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                Jasper Wolfe explains the concept of a "PhoneSat" and what he and others intend to work on during the upcoming Random Hack of Kindness event. Join them in their quest to put your Android App in space!!

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                • Signtific Labs Experiment No. 1: Free Space


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                  What will the world be like when personal, custom satellites -- or "cubesats" -- are as cheap and easy to launch as websites are today? Help us uncover ideas about the future of science and technology at the Signtific Lab -- launching February 18, 2009. Brought to you by the Institute for the Future. To get updates when Experiment #1: Free Space launches, pre-register now at http://lab.signtific.org CREDITS: Producer: Kiyash Monsef. Motion graphics: Nik Braatz. Music: "Dreams" by DJ RUSH, "Liquide Session" by DJ RUSH, "Genesis" by Krayne, "Elephantitis" by Professor Kliq, "Communication's Dead" by The Wind Whistles, "Flocon" by Silence. Images: NASA Archives. Flickr: Xanboozled, AngelicaRuiz, pietroizzo, Cape_Cod_Cyclist, ePi.Longo. This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Share-a-like Non-commercial 3.0

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                  • The Adventures of CubeSat Team SJSU


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                    A slideshow depicting the birth of ReadySat Go, San Jose State University's first CubeSat. Music: "Time to Pretend" by MGMT.

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                    • VCS ISS Video for 2012 Cal Poly Cubesat Conference


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