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UN/United Arab Emirates Symposium on Basic Space Technology "Small Satellite Missions for Developing Space Nations" 20-23 October 2013, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

10 December 2013
From 2009 to 2011 the Office for Outer Space Affairs held a series of three United Nations/Austria/ESA Symposium on Small Satellite Programme for Sustainable Development. One objective of these Symposiums was to prepare and review the work programme of the Basis Space Technology Initiative. The PSC participates in the second time on the United Nations Basic Space Technology Symposiums

Can-Sat training September 2013

10 December 2013
A Can-Sat is a soda can-sized satellite using Components-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) electronics. The concept of Can-sat was proposed by professor Robert Twiggs of Stanford University in 1999. Can-Sat fundamental concept is teaching space engineering to undergraduate students. The Can-Sat provides an affordable way to acquire the students with the basic knowledge to many challenges in building a satellite.

The PSC Participates in Nano-Satellite Symposium in Japan

25 November 2012
Under the theme “Paradigm Shift―Changing Architecture, Technologies and Players”, the Nano-Satellite Symposium was held from 10 to 13 October 2012 at Nagoya, Japan. The Symposium is an academic meeting promoting technological development of nano-satellites and their applications, as well as enhancing awareness about their benefits.

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