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Mass & 5.5 KG

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3U Standard CubeSat. Dimensions =  31 cm x 11 cm x 11 cm Mass & 5.5 KG Altitude : LEO – ISS orbit (400 – 450 km), 51.6 degree inclination Ground Station for Telemetry and Command of Satellite Launch date: Q3 2022

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The passage is attributed to an unknown typesetter in the 15th century

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The passage is attributed to an unknown typesetter in the 15th century

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The passage is attributed to an unknown typesetter in the 15th century

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The passage is attributed to an unknown typesetter in the 15th century

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The passage is attributed to an unknown typesetter in the 15th century

GRSS Satellite.

This satellite is an outcome of the 2nd GRSS Student Grand Challenge, which was successfully organized by NSSTC and was jointly funded by IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS). It intended student teams to develop Earth Observation payloads for a mini satellite. Students worldwide participated in this challenge, and after being judged by remote sensing and space technology experts, the winning payloads have been selected for further development by NSSTC. The winning teams will develop the payloads, while the NSSTC engineers and students from UAEU will develop the spacecraft. Lastly, NSSTC’s AIT facilities will be used for assembly, integration, and testing out this satellite in the center.

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It encourages creativity, critical thinking of young innovators by providing efficient technological platforms and a unique environment for their space and research projects. It is an international collaboration with students of renowned universities for developing, building, testing, and operating satellites at NSSTC. Lastly, in this satellite project, the university students cover the development of low-cost remote sensing and earth observation payloads.

It encourages creativity, critical thinking of young innovators by providing efficient technological platforms and a unique environment for their space and research projects. It is an international collaboration with students of renowned universities for developing, building, testing, and operating satellites at NSSTC. Lastly, in this satellite project, the university students cover the development of low-cost remote sensing and earth observation payloads.

It encourages creativity, critical thinking of young innovators by providing efficient technological platforms and a unique environment for their space and research projects. It is an international collaboration with students of renowned universities for developing, building, testing, and operating satellites at NSSTC. Lastly, in this satellite project, the university students cover the development of low-cost remote sensing and earth observation payloads.

It encourages creativity, critical thinking of young innovators by providing efficient technological platforms and a unique environment for their space and research projects. It is an international collaboration with students of renowned universities for developing, building, testing, and operating satellites at NSSTC. Lastly, in this satellite project, the university students cover the development of low-cost remote sensing and earth observation payloads.

It encourages creativity, critical thinking of young innovators by providing efficient technological platforms and a unique environment for their space and research projects. It is an international collaboration with students of renowned universities for developing, building, testing, and operating satellites at NSSTC. Lastly, in this satellite project, the university students cover the development of low-cost remote sensing and earth observation payloads.

On-Board Image Processing Algorithms Microwave Radiometry in L-Band Multi-Spectral Imaging

On-Board Image Processing Algorithms Microwave Radiometry in L-Band Multi-Spectral Imaging

On-Board Image Processing Algorithms Microwave Radiometry in L-Band Multi-Spectral Imaging

On-Board Image Processing Algorithms Microwave Radiometry in L-Band Multi-Spectral Imaging

On-Board Image Processing Algorithms Microwave Radiometry in L-Band Multi-Spectral Imaging

Joint funding from ICT (Platform, AIT and ground station mission operations) and IEEE-GRSS (for payloads)

Joint funding from ICT (Platform, AIT and ground station mission operations) and IEEE-GRSS (for payloads)

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