UNISAT-7 is GAUSS next-gen research Micro-Satellite that has been developed since 2016, following the tradition of UNISAT Small Satellites. The mission has gone through several design reviews from its initial announcement, and several exciting new capabilities were added in the last eighteen months. We are now happy to announce and show the official Mission Patch […]
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GAUSS is moving towards launching the UniSat-7 orbital platform with a group of nanosatellites in 2020. A CDR meeting was held in GAUSS headquarters with Russian companies GK Launch Services and Lavochkin Association. The Interface Control Document was signed. The definitive launch date will be specified in November 2019.
GAUSS is present at the Italian Pavilion of the 69th International Astronautical Congress, the worlwide Space event currently ongoing in Bremen. Are you interested in cost-efficient and reliable LEO launches for your CubeSat or need to test your payload in orbit? We are happy to discuss your requests, come to meet us […]
Microsatellites are small artificial satellites built with low mass and size – usually weighting between 10/11 and 100/120 kg – whose reduced manufacturing and launch costs ease a responsive access to Space. The interest of universities, private companies and government agencies in launching microsatellites has been increasing in the last decades, representing a recent significant development in the Space industry scenario. Microsatellites are built with […]
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 […]
GAUSS Srl has signed the Launch Service Agreement for the launch of UniSat-7 platform, using as launch vehicle the Russian Soyuz-2. This agreement between GAUSS Srl and the Company GK Launch Services was signed in Rome, on December 4th, 2017, during the 4th IAA Conference on University Satellite Missions and Cubesat Workshop. The launch is scheduled for Q4, 2019 […]