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First image of UNISAT-7 from the orbit

The first picture downloaded from UNISAT-7 wide angle camera, the OPT1 Camera System. OPT1 is a wide field-of-view Earth Observation Research System, developed by GAUSS Srl. The image above was recorded on May 20th, 2021 at 08:47:38 UTC, during a pass over Turkey. At that moment UNISAT-7 was directly over a point 5km West of Bodrum […]

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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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The Promotions for payloads onboard UniSat-7 continue

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 […]

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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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UniSat-7 Launch Agreement

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 […]

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