Major elements of the ground station have arrived during the spring despite the difficulties in shipping parts from abroad because of the pandemic. The transceiver and Ground station computer Receive and transmit antennas Antenna lattice tower
The Meeting was held via Zoom and lasted three hours. The number of participants were 20+. This document summarizes the development of the status of the project. Here are all the student presentations in a single pdf file.
Because of the global health situation the traditional group picture of the present MIST team has not been possible to take. Instead each student and supervisor took a self portrait. The MIST student Citlali Bruce Rosete made this very nice collage of the individual pictures.
KTH now operates in "remote" mode as much as possible, including lectures. Me, the project manager of MIST is much older than 60, so KTH has more or less told persons like me to work from home and health authorities in Sweden have told elderly persons (like me) not to leave the home! Does this... Continue Reading →
The MIST student satellite Work in a real space project for two semesters and earn academic credits. Interesting positions open for the fall 2020 APPLY NOW! The MIST project is in a phase where two-semester student assignments provide the best learning opportunity for students and the quickest progress for the project. Students are offered to... Continue Reading →
After spending three intensive days (18-20 February) at our subsystem contractor ISISpace in Delft the MIST Attitude Control team succeded in getting their simulation environment to successfully test the attitude Control code delivered by ISISpace. This software-in-the-loop test is crucial to verifying that the delivered code works and that the control of the satellite is... Continue Reading →
These two students (Rickard Brunskog and Elina Arvidsson) are working hard to finish their Bachelor thesis aimed at developing a method to measure the magnetic dipole moment of critical satellite parts.
The MIST Project participated in the selection workshop for ESA's Fly Your Satellite program (FYS3) that was held at ESTEC 9-13 december 2019. Seven students teams from all over Europe participated with their projects. Each team gave a thirty minute presentation. The picture shows the participants from MIST. The full week of lectures were extremely... Continue Reading →
The flight model of the Nanoprop propulsion system was delivered to the MIST Project by GomSpace in Uppsala, Sweden on 14 January 2020. Here we see GomSpace Project manager Magnus Carltoft handing over the system to MIST Project manager Sven Grahn. This the first flight model of a MIST experiment to be delivered. A true... Continue Reading →