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GAUSS is monitoring Chinese Long March 5B Rocket Body Reentry

GAUSS has been actively monitoring the descent and reentry of the upper stage of Long March 5B (CZ-5B) using CastelGAUSS Observatory. The CZ-5B launch vehicle is developed by the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT) and it was launched from Wenchang Satellite Launch Center, Hainan, China, on 29th of April, 2021. The official launch number […]

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GAUSS new PC104 adapter: the Single Radio Board

GAUSS is glad to present its new adapter for its range of radios for Small Satellites: The GAUSS PC104 Single Radio Adapter. Engineered entirely in-house using ECSS guidelines, the board can be customized to be compatible with many CubeSat stacks and systems. More details are available here. Contact us if you are interested in the […]

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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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Press release | UNISAT-7

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 […]

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