|ISU CubeSat: remote sensing mission design
|Mary Distler, Author
|ISU Individual Project
|Illkirch-Graffenstaden (France) : International Space University, 2017
|1 electronic resource (41 p.) / col. ill.
|Includes bibliographical references
This report puts forth a feasibility study on a preliminary CubeSat mission for ISU. Thisassessment identifies how a CubeSat
program can benefit ISU by examining the potential CubeSatprogram from an administrative perspective and then providing the
details for a 1U remote sensingmission. Built on a multidisciplinary curriculum, a CubeSat can provide students with technical skills and connect the university with the industry through a fully operational satellite. An earth observation mission would enhance the existing curriculum of remote sensing lectures and field trip, by offering students opportunities to access raw data and images. With a simpler design concept that uses commercial products and open-source coding, the school would be able to complete the detailed design, integration, and testing of a 1U remote sensing CubeSat within the two-year thesis program.
|ISU program :
|Master of Space Studies
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