IGOSat chooses Tracealyzer for its On Board Computer

This articles was originally published on the Percepio website, and written by Alexandre Malecot, IGOSat Software Engineer. IGOSat is a 3U CubeSat, mainly developed by students, that will carry two payloads: a GPS receiver to perform radio occultation measurements in order to study the ionosphere, and a high energy scintillator to study the radiative content (electrons and gamma-rays) of the radiation […]

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IGOSat students receive Labex governance

This summer, members of UnivEarthS’ governance team took a full tour of the IGOSAT nanosatellite project and met the students who are driving this scientific adventure. Antoine Kouchner, Sotiris Loucatos, Eleni Chatzichristou and Clémence Epitalon were welcomed by Hana Benhizia, engineer and project manager, who accompanied them to students working on the nanosatellite in the editing room, computer room and […]

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IGOSAT is hiring! Student internship topics for 2018-2019 are online.

  Initiated in 2012, the IGOSat nanosatellite project is entirely designed by students from L2 to thesis, and will be launched by 2019. Since the beginning of the development, more than 250 students have participated in the design, tests and simulations of the mission. It also benefits from the support and expertise of researchers and professors from Paris Diderot University […]

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28th Fleurance Astronomy Festival – 4 to 10 August 2018

From 4 to 10 August 2018, the French world of astronomy will meet in Fleurance (Gers) for a festival that promises many surprises! UnivEarthS will be present through Lucile Fayon, UnivEarthS doctoral student and IPGP research engineer; member of the UniversCiel association, she will present an exhibition on the SEIS instrument of the Insight mission. Fifty speakers, more than 150 […]

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NASA CubeSats Steer Toward Mars

  NASA has achieved a first for the class of tiny spacecraft known as CubeSats, which are opening new access to space. Over the past week, two CubeSats called MarCO-A and MarCO-B have been firing their propulsion systems to guide themselves toward Mars. This process, called a trajectory correction maneuver, allows a spacecraft to refine its path to Mars following […]

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