our-missions

Our Missions

BUBBLE1

BUBBLE1 is an High Altitude Balloon Project. We provide the bus system for the gondola and fly a Payload. The launch and recovery of the balloon will be organiced by us.

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ROACH 2

ROACH 2 (Robotic in-Orbit Analysis of Cover Hulls2) is our third experiment within the DLR REXUS/BEXUS program. It uses a new adhesion method to move along a rocket's surface. Long-term goal: autonomous maintenance.

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CanSat Challenge

With the CanSat Challenge, we want to provide a fast and easy possibility for new students to get to known to space projects. They will be provided with a task and have one 0.33l can to fullfill the challenge.

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PAPELL

Pump Application using Pulsed Electromagnets for Liquid reLocation(PAPELL) is an experiment, which will test the basic functionality of pumps using ferrofluids.

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ROACH

ROACH (Robotic in-Orbit Analysis of Cover Hulls) is our second experiment within the DLR REXUS/BEXUS program. It uses a new adhesion method to move along a rocket's surface. Long-term goal: autonomous maintenance.

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MIRKA 2 ICV

MIRKA2-ICV (Mikrorückkehrkapsel 2 – In-flight Communication Verification) is a successor to MIRKA2-RX and attempted to gather further data on the satellite communication terminal aboard it.

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MIRKA 2 HyEnd

MIRKA2-HyEnD (Mikrorückkehrkapsel2-Hybrid Engine Development) was our second rocket-based high altitude experiment. It was a cooperation between HyEnD and KSat.

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CAPE

The cubesat CAPE is based on a project by Priv.-Doz. Dr.-Ing. Georg Herdrich and Dr.-Ing. Jaime Esper within the topic of plasma in spaceflight („Raumfahrtrelevante Plasmen“), a cooperation between the Institut für Raumfahrtsysteme and NASA Goddard.

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MIRKA 2 RX

MIRKA2-RX (MIkroRückkehrKapsel2-REXUS) was our first REXUS experiment. It sucessfully verified the ability of a small reentry capsule to orient itself and transmit data.

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ESMO

ESMO (European Student Moon Orbiter) was the SSETI-program's third mission. Envisaged from the beginning, it only gained momentum following intesive work on SSETI Express and ESEO, eventually resulting in a feasability study in 2007.

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ESEO

ESEO (European Student Earth Orbiter) is a planned small satellite developed by students all over Europe under guidance by ESA. It is to be an earth observatory.

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SSETI Express

Many students participating in the SSETI program were on the verge of graduating in 2003. SSETI Express was created to convert their knowledge into a student satellite, as a proof of their ability and to actually test the developed systems

challenge 2017 / 2018

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