Estonia plans to launch a CubeSat into space in early 2019 aiming to test advanced technologies, including a plasma brake for deorbiting satellites and electric sail propulsion.
CubeSat to test new battery technology (years back), Radio amateurs Professor Sharlene Katz, WB6FFE, and Professor James Flynn, WB9AWX, describe their CubeSat project, CSUNSat1, which aims to test new technology designed to extend satellite battery lifetime. 28% alike.
Developed in Estonia: seven new innovations for work 2.0 (Apr 2017), The students of the joint design and engineering international master’s programme of the Tallinn University of Technology and the Estonian Academy of Arts . The aim was to search, Only 24% similar.
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NASA tests CubeSat-based laser communications (months ago), The CubeSat laser system differs from current solutions, in that it's hard-mounted to the satellite, which can be orientated as desired (Credit: NASA/Ames) A 42% match.
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An Original, ESA CubeSat to Test New Technologies (months ago), PARIS, 19 August 2015 (ESA PR) — Today’s HTV supply launch from Japan to the International Space Station also marks the arrival in orbit of one of ESA’s smallest missions yet – a CubeSat which will test . new space technologies in orbit,