Category Archives: IOV/IOD

EDUSAT

EduSAT The EduSAT educational satellite Project was funded by the Italian Space Agency (ASI) with the aim to promote Space education among high school students and to support qualification and scientific careers of university students, PhD students and young researchers.  EduSAT microsatellite has been designed and manufactured by the Group of Astrodynamics of the “Sapienza” […]

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IOD/IOV

GAUSS Srl is qualified to perform In-Orbit Demonstration/Validation (IOD/IOV) services, thanks to its experience with satellite and launch systems.  Through its orbiting satellites, GAUSS offers the opportunity to test in situ – onboard the managed satellites – both experiments and components (such as electronics, payloads, spacecraft subsystems, vehicles, systems..) as specific payloads. The above-mentioned tools are flight […]

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Background – Before G.A.U.S.S. Srl

The first UNISAT satellites were developed by GAUSS Group from Scuola di Ingegneria Aerospaziale of Rome. The UNISAT (University Satellite) program as part of the space research projects of GAUSS Group started in 1990 and finished in 2012 with the launch of UNICUBESAT-GG. In 2012 the company G.A.U.S.S. Srl was founded and from there onwards it has continued launching […]

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Fly with us

G.A.U.S.S. Srl performs launches of various types of small satellites: Microsatellites (up to 50kg) CubeSats (1U, 2U, 3U, 6U) PocketQubes TubeSats Moreover, we can host specialized fixed payloads (such as techonolgy to be tested in orbit): We can place onboard our satellite your payload according to your own needs. We have launched and we can […]

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UNISAT-6 Mission

Photo Gallery of UniSat-6 integration Photo Gallery of UniSat-6 from orbit Videos of UniSat-6 from orbit Amateur Radio information to receive UniSat-6 Characteristics UniSat-6 is a civilian scientific satellite, mainly intended for customer’s equipment testing in space conditions. The satellite has a total mass of 26 Kg and it has been built in Italy. UniSat-6 […]

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