[amsat-bb] Re: shoe box sats
Edwin M. "EMike" McCardel, KC8YLD
kc8yld at arrl.net
Thu Oct 18 10:27:24 PDT 2012
Trevor, M5AKA, posted this way back in September
The September issue of the free publication Sat Magazine features an
article on CubeSat Microthrusters - page 38
MIT Developed “Microthrusters” Could Empower Small Sats
73 Trevor M5AKA
E. Michael McCardel, KC8YLD
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Knox Count Ohio, ARRL PIO
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On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 11:01 AM, Gus 8P6SM <8p6sm at anjo.com> wrote:
> On 10/18/2012 06:55 AM, Nick Pugh wrote:
> > I believe the amateur community is well served by the shoe box
> > designers. If we want amateur payloads we should do
> > 1. Have off the shelf radios in their form factor that are very
> I agree. I'd even say very cheap as in completely free.
> > 2. Be ready to mentors most school lack radio resources
> I agree again. Sign me up.
> > 3. Team up with schools that are developing propulsion systems (
> > ride to HEO)
> Three times is a charm!
> 73, de Gus 8P6SM
> The Easternmost Isle
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