The participants should have installed Arduino IDE.
Have you ever dreamed of launching your own space mission?
SpaceDot invites you to design and assemble your own nanosatellite. You will design your own boards for the On-board Computer with Arduino, power supply, orientation control and telecommunications. Next, you will assemble your nanosatellite and communicate with it from your own base station. You will send remote commands to get measurements and rotate it autonomously.
18:30 - 19:45
SpaceDot is a non-profit, research, student-run group supported by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki). The group's goal is space exploration, which it implements through the design and construction of the AcubeSAT nanosatellite, with the support of the European Space Agency (ESA) Education Office's "Fly Your Satellite! 3" program. AcubeSAT aims to study the effect of space conditions on yeast cells and is scheduled to be launched in 2024.
The team's activities are characterised by an open source philosophy, including open science.
Learn more about the AcubeSAT nanosatellite: https://acubesat.spacedot.gr/