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Valispace is proud to have partnered with the International Space University (ISU) and Portugal Space (PT Space) to deliver a unique workshop on the principles of concurrent engineering, at the NOVA School of Business and Economics in Lisbon, Portugal.  Left to right: Hugo Costa (Director of PT Space), Supreet Kaur (MBSE at Valispace, ISU MSS20),...
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Imperial College London Rocketry (ICL Rocketry) is a fully-student-led and organised project at Imperial College London (UK), focusing on the design and manufacturing of sounding rockets. Founded in late 2018, the team has been working on the development of a 4-meter tall rocket to compete at Spaceport America Cup, an intercollegiate competition held annually at...
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Jarvis Con’ episode 3 took on a slightly different turn explaining in more depth the development of a CubeSat, not only in terms of the technicalities of engineering but also the organisational aspect of teams involved. Our speaker, Giada Staniscia, is the past team leader of MIST (Miniature student satellite team) and is now working...
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The CHESS CubeSat is a project designed by the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) Spacecraft Team, supported by the EPFL Space Centre. Students David Sanchez Del Rio and Alessandra Capurro designed a mission concept for a CubeSat constellation around the Earth as for the CHESS mission. Phase A of the mission was largely developed...
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Rocket Experiment Division (RED) is a student group from Instituto Superior Técnico, an internationally renowned engineering school in Portugal, devoted to researching and constructing sounding rockets. The group is composed of 4 teams, each devoted to different parts of the vehicle: Aerodynamics, Propulsion, Structures & Materials and Telemetry. In the school year of 2018/2019, the...
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