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GAUSS attends the Conference on Space Technologies in Ukraine

GAUSS participated in the 7th International Conference “Space Technologies: Present and Future”, held  from 21 to 24 May, 2019 at Yuzhnoye SDO, in Dnipro, Ukraine. This international conference, organized by Yuzhnoye and the State Space Agency of Ukraine, under the aegis of the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA), has been dedicated to the 65th anniversary of the foundation […]

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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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Microsatellites

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 […]

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Fourth Anniversary of UniSat-6

UniSat-6 fulfilled GAUSS’ long endurance expectations and is turning 4 today! GAUSS latest small satellite sailed across the sky for a whole year more, being up and running and still completely operative, hence demonstrating its good health.  UniSat-6 was launched on 19 June 2014 and ejected into orbit with its payload by the Dnepr LV, from […]

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GAUSS latest satellites

Since the foundation of the Company GAUSS Srl in 2012 several small satellites have been developed and launched: Platform UNISAT-5: the satellite UniSat-5 designed and built by GAUSS was launched on the Dnepr rocket, from Yasny base (Russia) on 21 November 2013, carrying aboard 8 nano-satellites (4 CubeSats and 4 PocketQubes); Platform UNISAT-6: the satellite UniSat-6 was  […]

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