Category Archives: Dissemination

Updates from CastelGAUSS Observatory and New Partnership

On December 2, 2020, our astronomical observatory (the CastelGAUSS Project) in Castelgrande took part in the 5th International Space Debris Re-entry Workshop, organized by the European Space Agency (ESA). We presented some results of photometric observations of artificial satellites in pre-decay period, primarily of upper stages, like, Falcon 9 R/B, Atlas V Centaur R/B and […]

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GAUSS Micro-Satellite Mission to the Moon and Mars

On November 13th 2020 Prof. Graziani, Founder and CEO of GAUSS Srl, has made a presentation during the conference “Access to Space, Italian Innovative Technologies” organized by the Aerospace Commission of the Ordine degli Ingegneri di Roma e Provincia, in collaboration with the Scuola di Ingegneria Aerospaziale. The presentation was about a novel interplanetary mission […]

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Press Release on CastelGAUSS advancements

The Asteroid Day, which is celebrated on June 30, is an annual international event declared by the United Nations Organization in December 2016 with the goal to spread awareness among general public about asteroids, their research, their usage, their hazards and the methods of Earth protection against them. The celebration date had been selected in […]

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BepiColombo pass tracked by CastelGAUSS Observatory

CastelGAUSS Observatory has been employed to track the BepiColombo spacecraft, during its gravitational slingshot around Earth. CatelGAUSS project is GAUSS‘ remote observatory for space objects, created, managed and operated by GAUSS, with an administrative and scientific cooperation involving KIAM and the Municipality of Castelgrande. The slingshot (the first of nine) was used to bend BepiColombo’s […]

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Manuscript templates – 5th IAA Conference

Click here to download the manuscript templates for the submission of papers for the 5th IAA Conference on University Satellite Missions and CubeSat Workshop.     The archive contains two templates: the first is compatible with LaTeX, the second with MS Word. For any doubts, please contact the Local Organizing Committee.  

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