Cubesats: from teaching tool to technology
The small, inexpensive spacecraft that have seduced more than one engineering student into the space arena with their hands-on appeal as teaching tools, cubesats are attracting attention beyond the academy as their capabilities grow and launch opportunities proliferate. College undergraduates, university engineering students and even high schoolers have gotten into the act since 1999, when cubesats came into their own with publication of the Cubesat Design Specification by California ...
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