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What are nanosatellite?

Nanosatellites are a new category of small spacecraft ranging from 1 to 50 kg.
They are composed of a "payload" that allows the scientific experiment to be conducted, and a "platform" that allows it to be transported and powered.
 

Our projects :

Première photo d'aurores prise par le nanosatellite
AMICal Sat : The first CSUG nano-satellite

The first CubeSat launched by CSUG (September 2020), AMICal Sat is a polar lights observation project.
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Illustration ThingSat : Bouet de communication dans l'océan ThingSat : the internet of things in wild area

ThingSat aims to demonstrate the reliability of a satellite connectivity solution for objects in remote areas.
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Photo d'aurores
ATISE : Aurora analysis using spectrometry

ATISE is a nanosatellite which aims at the spectrometric study of the polar lights and the Airglow.
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Illustration du nanosatellite dans l'espace
QlevEr Sat : Earth observation and artificial intelligence

QlevEr Sat will observe from space the evolution of land areas and human activities with high societal stakes.
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Illustration du nanosatellite dans l'espace
NanoBob : Intricate photons between the ground and space

NanoBob try to demonstrate the experimental feasibility of quantum communication over a distance greater than 500 km.
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Représentation 3D des émissions de gaz à effet de serre sur Terre
NanoCarb : Europe tracking down greenhouse gases

Through NanoCarb, CSUG is developing a major instrument for the Horizon 2020 SCARBO (Space CARBon Observatory) project.
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Published on  April 22, 2022
Updated onMay 24, 2022