GAUSS latest satellites

Since the foundation of Company GAUSS Srl in 2012, several small satellites have been designed, developed, assembled and launched:

  • UNISAT-5: designed and built by GAUSS was launched on the Dnepr rocket, from Yasny base (Russian Federation) on November 21st, 2013, carrying aboard eight nano-satellites (four CubeSats and four PocketQubes).

UniSat-5 during integration with the Dnepr launcher 

  • UNISAT-6: launched from Yasny base (Russian Federation) on 19 June 19th, 2014, with four CubeSats.

UniSat-6 integrated on the launch platform of the Dnepr rocket

  • TUPOD: Launched from Japan on December 9th, 2016, using a Japanese launcher to reach the ISS. It was deployed on January 16th, 2017, it has released two TubeSats.

TuPod being released by the robotic arm from the JSSOD onboard the International Space Station – Photo Credit JAXA

  • UNISAT-7: GAUSS’ latest platform, launched on March 22nd, 2021. Five satellites were deployed: two CubeSats and three PocketQubes.

UNISAT-7 flight model after final AIT phase in GAUSS laboratories

In less than two years UniSat-5 (2013) and UniSat-6 (2014) have carried into Space twelve Small Satellites.
UNISAT-7 (2021) has successfully release two CubeSats and three PocketQubes, using GAUSS proprietary deployment technology.

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