Launching Open Hardware Satellites

The top end of UPSat. (📷: SatNogs)
UPSat during final assembly. (📷: Libre Space Foundation)
Taken by astronaut Peggy Whitson from inside the ISS cupola module, the NanoRacks deployer is visible as the cubesats from the Orbital ATK launch in April are deployed into Low Earth Orbit (📷: NASA)
Astronaut Thomas Pesquet onbaord the International Space Station talking about QB50. (📹: NanoRacks)
A SatNOGS ground-station on show at Maker Faire New York back in 2015. (📷: Alasdair Allan)

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Alasdair Allan

Alasdair Allan

Scientist, Author, Hacker, Maker, and Journalist.

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