Positions in MIST starting in January 2022

Work in a real space project for two semesters and earn academic credits. Interesting positions open for 2022 Watch this video: MIST- the Learning Experience APPLY NOW! The MIST project is now in its functional testing phase on the lab bench and the plan is to integrate the satellite next year and proceed to environmental tests on... Continue Reading →

MIST – a short intro

Many universities in the world have built small satellites called Cubesats. The KTH Space Center started  its own Cubesat project,MIST, on January 28, 2015. All purchased satellite and ground station subsystems have been delivered. The technical/scientific experiments are being completed. The ground station is under construction. Final testing of the satellite is expected to be... Continue Reading →

End-of-semester-meeting, 14 December

Unfortunately we had to make do with a group picture via Zoom for this semester's MIST team in. If we do not count visitors and supervisors there were 29 students present - both students from the fall semester and some that will join the project in January. Names have been blurred except for the project... Continue Reading →

What’s in a box?

The box on the left contains the low-noise amplifier (the smaller yellowish box) for receiving signals on UHF (437 MHz) and a filter (larger yellowish box) to eliminate interference from the uplink transmitter, mobile telephones and FM broadcasting stations. The black device is a surge arrestor to provide some protection against lightning. The box on... Continue Reading →

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