Citadel Space Systems uses Valispace to Design Cubesats for Science and Interplanetary Exploration
Citadel Space Systems, a small spacecraft engineering company, is utilizing Valispace’s engineering design and management software to design cubesats for scientific and interplanetary exploration missions.
Student Project: CHESS CubeSat Mission
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.
Student Projects Edition: RED – Aurora Rocket
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.
Interview: How Luxspace is developing an affordable and reliable satellite platform, called Triton-X
We interviewed Stefano Redi who works as a Systems Engineer, and Jeroen Buursink, Luxspace’s Chief Engineer, to find out more about their Project, Triton-X, and to know how Valispace is helping them manage their satellite development.
How engineering students at KTH keep track of their satellite design data
You might have heard that satellites are massive objects that weigh several tons and cost millions of dollars to launch into space. Now, imagine scaling down both size and cost until you could hold a satellite in your own hands – a miniature satellite!