Thank you James (Tammila)! Great fun to watch this illustration of the temperature on the outside of the satellite.
The on-board computer on the left, the power system in the middle, the radio on the right. Green LEDs show voltages on various power buses. Thedor Stana sends commands to turn off certain power lines.
During the lunch seminar students from the current MIST student team presented their work and the project manager, Sven Grahn, talked about how students can be a part of MIST.
On the 6th of March team 7 had their mid-semester meeting, where they introduced what they have done so far and whats next.
The MIST student satellite Work in a real space project for two semesters and earn academic credits. Interesting positions open for the 2018-2019 academic year Students are offered challenging tasks in areas of technical and management work: System engineering Attitude control On-board software CAD Thermal analysis Functional testing Mechanical and electrical integration You can also... Continue Reading →
This is glued to an aluminum substrate using the high temperature adhesive on the back. Then the solar cells are glued and bonded to the PCB. You can see the cell outline on the PCB. This is a test piece for the student satellite seen at our supplier ISISpace at Delft. The PCB is designed to... Continue Reading →
Last week Team 7 had the lab training, we got to learn a lot of thing but especially a lot about ESD.