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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Kinetic Inductance Detectors : findind light, one photon at the time

For the past two years, Jie Hu has been working as a post-doc researcher at the AstroParticule & Cosmologie laboratory on a new generation of Kinetic Inductance Detectors, a promising technology for highly sensitive astrophysics instruments, whose development received funding from the LabEx UnivEarthS. How to observe what is barely visible? This issue is at the core of astronomy and […]

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