May 2017: On the left students Björn Ordoubadian and Marcus Ackland assemble the 3D-printed parts and a mock cable harness into the I.S.I.S. structure. On the right project manager Sven Grahn holds the finished product.
23 May 2017: Students from the outgoing MIST team (# 5) gather in front of the wooden sculpture of the Space Shuttle Discovery in which Swedish Astronaut Christer Fuglesang twice travelled to the International Space Station. A few members of the incoming team are also presnt in the picture. The location is KTH's Aerospace and... Continue Reading →
Students have started running communications tests between the Elveti (by Solenix GmbH) Mission Control Software (in a laptop) and the on-board computer (iOBC) via the RF Checkout Box and the onboard transceiver (TRXVU). The Checkout Box, iOBC and TRXVU are all Products of Innovative Solutions In Space B.V. Students Johan Engberg and Minjia Chen do the... Continue Reading →
Participate in the 5th KTH student team in the spring of 2017. Positions open in the following areas: Electric systems Attitude control analysis Onboard computer programming Mechanical and thermal design Ground station design Testing You are encouraged to indicate your primary and secondary choices. If you are selected to the team as a project course... Continue Reading →
What kind of strange device is this? Actually it is a quarter-wave coaxial impedance transformer/matching device that ties together four antennas to one cable for feeding into a radio receiver. This particular matching transformer is cut for the downlink frequency of MIST at about 437 MHz, so it is the firtst part we have got... Continue Reading →
Agnes and Kavi examine the details of the structure procured from ISIS to better understand how to mount experiments.