Category Archives: CubeSats

The Promotions for payloads onboard UniSat-7 continue

The special offers for boarding a small satellite as payload onto UniSat-7 are still valid for a limited time, don’t miss out the UniSat Platform advantages!   Customers can currently benefit from promotional fares to make their CubeSats or another kind of IOD/IOV payload fly on GAUSS Space bus. UniSat-7 is a small spacecraft planned to […]

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Fourth Anniversary of UniSat-6

UniSat-6 fulfilled GAUSS’ long endurance expectations and is turning 4 today! GAUSS latest small satellite sailed across the sky for a whole year more, being up and running and still completely operative, hence demonstrating its good health.  UniSat-6 was launched on 19 June 2014 and ejected into orbit with its payload by the Dnepr LV, from […]

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4th IAA Conference Proceedings Published

We are pleased to announce you that the Papers presented at the 4th IAA Conference on University Satellite Missions and CubeSat Workshop have been indexed and published as Proceedings in the dedicated Volume 163 of the American Astronautical Society “Advances in the Astronautical Sciences” Series by Univelt, Inc., USA.    Univelt Incorporated is a publishing company that publishes all American Astronautical Society books, […]

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GAUSS at the 4S Symposium in Sorrento

The 4S Symposium on Small Satellites and related activities started today in Sorrento (28 May – 1 June 2018). GAUSS is sponsoring and attending the event.  The international Small Satellites, System & Services Symposium (4S) enhances the interchange between SmallSats developers and users and represents an opportunity to expand their knowledge, also fostering new partnerships and […]

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GAUSS latest satellites

Since the foundation of the Company GAUSS Srl in 2012 several small satellites have been developed and launched: Platform UNISAT-5: the satellite UniSat-5 designed and built by GAUSS was launched on the Dnepr rocket, from Yasny base (Russia) on 21 November 2013, carrying aboard 8 nano-satellites (4 CubeSats and 4 PocketQubes); Platform UNISAT-6: the satellite UniSat-6 was  […]

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