InfinitiOne: Launch, landing and beer yeast.
What a ride! Six months in the making, we finally launched our Infiniti One plywood Cubesat on Saturday at 13:00, starting a chase for the High Altitude Balloon that carried it 326.86 km from The Hague to Luxembourg, shooting through the Ozone layer 24,735 m into the stratosphere where the balloon burst, coming
Strat-sat progress: camera rig
"Pictures, or it didn't happen!", so the saying goes. Same applies to our Mission, and we set out to design and build the carrier box to protect the cubesat, and the rig that will hold the camera that will record and document the stratospheric trip, along with the cubesat. Keep reading at the Nausolaris
Design Thinking and Smallsat constellation business opportunities
“What is a Smallsat constellation, and what can we do with it?” Combining my love for Space and my expertise in business transformation was an opportunity I could not pass, so when Spaceway approached me to answer this question for an audience of engineers, researchers and those working in the advanced technology industries in a webinar/workshop format, how could I refuse? As
3D Cubesat Structure designs
I have no patience, so when it was time to get my 2D designs into 3D, I was looking for something fast. Many years ago I knew how to use Maya, and I had started learning Blender, Solidworks, CATIA and Fusion360