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Ultralight Nanosatellite Will Collect Data for Flights to the Moon and Mars
15.07.2017 18:32
Ultralight Nanosatellite Will Collect Data for Flights to the Moon and Mars
Nanosatellite Ecuador UTE-USGU

Nanosatellite Ecuador UTE-USGU developed by students from Russia and Ecuador was launched to the open space on Friday.

      The mini space "scout" with the weight of 1 kilogram only was engineered by students of two universities, namely UTE, the Republic of Ecuador and USGU, Russia. It will rise to the altitude of 600 km and work in the orbit for one year long. The mission of the satellite is to obtain information from the orbit about the state of the Earth's atmosphere. The information reception will be provided by the Centers for Space Communications of Russia and Ecuador. At the same time, satellite signals and information messages will be accessible to radio amateurs around the world.
As the Public Relations Department of the USGU reports, the experiment will assist in solving the tasks of human flight to the surface of the Moon and Mars.

      


      




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Nanosatellites     

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