Category Archives: launch service

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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GAUSS at the International Workshop on Lean Satellite Standardization 2017 in Japan

Nowadays small-sized satellites see their demand increase significantly and its market grow fast. GAUSS Srl, in its role of expert in the small satellites industry, is attending from January 16 to January 18, 2017 the International Workshop on Lean Satellite Standardization 2017. The Workshop, held at the Kikai Shinko Kaikan of Tokyo (Japan) is organized by Kyushu Institute of Technology and Japan Space Systems, […]

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TuPOD

News on TuPOD      Gallery: TuPOD Integration Gallery: TuPOD Deployment                                         Amateur Radio Information for TuPOD The TuPOD is an innovative system, being at the same time a satellite – a 3U CubeSat – and […]

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G.A.U.S.S. takes part in the EU IODISPlay project

G.A.U.S.S. Srl forms part of the consortium created to undertake the IODISPlay project, within the European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation program, thanks to its expertise as a space launcher. IODISPlay project (that stands for IOD/IOV Service Mission Portfolio) is funded by the European Commission to identify a repertory of IOD/IOV missions. The company, G.A.U.S.S., collaborates to this project with […]

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UNISAT-7

G.A.U.S.S. Srl is preparing the launch of a new satellite, UniSat-7, into the SSO orbit, containing CubeSats and PocketQubes. The launch is planned for 2018 and we are currently looking into the payloads to include in our satellite. Overview of the future UniSat-7 satellite  Characteristics of the UniSat-7 mission: Total mass: 32 kg Sun-Synchronous orbit: (550 – 600 […]

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