For 30 years, intrepid groups of engineers, entrepreneurs, students and space enthusiasts have been trekking to Logan, Utah, for an annual gathering to discuss emerging technologies, opportunities and challenges in the small satellite industry. Lately, scientists have joined their ranks, bolstered by government solicitations and contracts that focus on specific requirements for data instead of spacecraft architectures. “We have reached an inflection point of the transition from ...


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