AMSAT Üniversiteler

 Ruha USLU, TA2IRU
 30 Ocak 2012
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University of Surrey

The University of Surrey’s Spacecraft Engineering Research Group has been responsible for many amateur radio satellite projects, including UO-9, UO-11, UO-14, UO-15, UO-22, KO-23, KO-25, and POSAT.

Weber State University

Weber State University was involved in the Webersat WO-18 project, and is participating in the Phase 3D project.

University of Alabama in Huntsville

The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (UAH-SEDS) at the University of Alabama in Huntsville have undertaken the development of SEDSAT-1, a small satellite to be launched by the Space Shuttle.

University of Arizona

The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (UA-SEDS) at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory of the University of Arizona is also contributing to the SEDSAT-1 project.

Arizona State University

The Aerospace Research Center at Arizona State University built ASUSat1, a 6-kilogram-class satellite designed, fabricated, tested, and tracked by the students at ASU to perform meaningful science in space. AUSat1 was launched on January 26, 2000 and became OSCAR-37, however it failed after 15 hours into it’s flight due to a power system failure.

Stanford University

The Space Systems Development Laboratory at Stanford has worked on several satellite projects including Sapphire, Opal, Emerald and Quakesat under the supervision of Professor Bob Twiggs.

National Autonomous University of Mexico

The UNAMSAT Project has designed a microsatellite with cubical shape of 23cm. per side. It has digital communications capabilities similar to those of a BBS (Bulletin Broadcasting Service). It also carries a scientific experiment which consists on measuring the speed of incoming meteorites that burn into earth’s atmosphere. This project had technical assistance from AMSAT which provided with an open technology package. UNAMSAT was destroyed when the launch failed, but a twin UNAMSAT-B is currently under construction.

Technion Institute of Technologies

The TechSat Project at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, Israel built and launched GO-32 in cooperation with the Israel Amateur Radio Club.

Universidad Anahuac

The Laboratorio Aeroesacial Universidad Anahuac (Anahuac University Aerospace Lab) has a nanosat class satellite design underway, and is also involved in high altitude balloon and rocket propulsion projects. Project coordinator is Edgardo Molina, XE1XUS.

University of Stellenbosch, Johannesburg, South Africa

Sunsat was a micro-satellite built by post-graduate engineering students in the Electronic Systems Laboratory, in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Stellenbosch, that was launched in 1999. Payloads included NASA experiments, Radio Amateur communications, a high resolution imager, precision attitude control, and school experiments.

Naval Postgraduate School

Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California built PANSAT-OSCAR 34

United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland

The US Naval Academy has built both Navy-OSCAR 44 (PCsat) and Navy-OSCAR 45 (Sapphire)

Technical University of Denmark

The Technical University of Denmark build the cubesat DTUsat, which was launched 30 June 2003 with a number of other cubesats.

University of Aalborg, Denmark 

The University of Aalborg built and launched the cubesat AAU CubeSat.

University of Toronto, Canada

The University of Toronto’s Space Flight Laboratory, Institute for Aerospace Studies built and launched the cubesat CanX-1.

Tokyo Institute of Technology

The Tokyo Institute of Technology Laboratory for Space Sysytems built and launched the cubesat CUTE-1

University of Tokyo

The University of Tokyo Cubesat team built and launched the cubesat XI-IV

 

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