SWISSto12, a provider of 3D-printed telecommunications equipment, and Tyvak Nano-Satellite
Systems, Inc., a Terran Orbital Corporation, have announced a partnership to offer mini-GEO satellites, the company said.
Kepler Communications, a nano-satellite
telecommunications solutions provider, has successfully demonstrated compatibility between its low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellites with a commercially-available, flat-panel satellite antenna purchased from Kymeta.
The first nano-satellite
of Nepal has been deployed on orbit from the International Space Station (ISS) located about 400 km above the earth.
On April 18, around 2.30 am local time, the country launched its first nano-satellite
(NepaliSat-1) with the help of the United States.
While not the first nano-satellite
developed in the UAE, MySat-1 is among the first to be developed by local students who have been taught within the country, at one of the UAE's own universities.
comes on the CPF's Masar (trajectory) initiative which aims to inspire and address youths passion for innovation in space technology.
??Comtech EF Data Corp., a subsidiary within Comtech Telecommunications Corp.'s (NASDAQ: CMTL), has announced a collaboration with Kepler Communications, a nano-satellite
telecommunications company, to advance rapidly deployable, low-cost, low-latency communications via Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites and ground station infrastructure equipment, the company said.??Kepler Communication's first Ku-Band LEO satellite, KIPP, was launched on January 19, 2018, enabling data offload services to remote communities and maritime markets.
Le ministre a, a l'occasion, exhorte ses cadres a mieux exploiter ces investissements publics, mettant en avant le lancement du premier nano-satellite
algerien pour la recherche scientifique et le developpement (Alcomsat-1).
The 10 by 10 centimetre Nano-satellite
was developed by students and researchers at the University of Nairobi in partnership with Japanese Space Agency (JAXA).
By VALENTINE OBARAbrKenya is set to make history this Friday if all goes as planned to deploy its first locally made satellite into space.The Nano-satellite
that was developed by students and researchers of the University of Nairobi in partnership with Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) was handed over to the JAXA Tsukuba Space Center in January to prepare for its deployment.
Starting from the tube-food consumed by Soviet cosmonauts to the nano-satellite
and Gaia telescope, which Estonian scientists helped develop.
We've seen the first UAE nano-satellite
being launched by an Indian PSLV.