Aarhus University is going to space...

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AUSAT is a strategic project aiming at assessing, designing and developing nano-satellites for research

and education at Aarhus University. This is done across departments at Science and Technology and in close collaboration with the industry partner GomSpace A/S.

In the AUSAT project we are planning to launch a series of science related nanosatellites under the aigis of Aarhus University and in a close collaboration between three partners at the university: The Department of Physics and Astronomy, The Department of Engineering and The Department of Geoscience.

We are exploring the unique opportunities of synergies between industry and the university efforts of research and education. The importance of our endeavour is marked by the newly implemented Danish National Space Strategy published in June 2016.

 

Delphini-1 is the first mission under the AUSAT space programme. 

Delphini-1 is funded mainly by the Aarhus University Research Foundation (AUFF).

The European Space Agency, ESA, has offered Aarhus University a free launch. This is done due to the Danish membership of ESA and our participation in the International Space Station programme via the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science.

 

                                       

News

2017.10.10 | Public/media, Staff, Students

Next step: MegaMan

Work is already in progress on the next satellite projects from AU. Meet MegaMan!

Happy faces all around for Workshop 2

2017.10.10 | imported:phd.au.dk:244:imported:phd.au.dk:7:Studerende, imported:phd.au.dk:248:imported:phd.au.dk:8:Medarbejdere, Public/media, Staff, Students

Workshop 2 begins

Incredible how time flies! Last week we finished the first Delphini-1 workshop which was about integrating the satellite and setting up the ground station! Today we are starting the 2nd workshop, which is all about software! We will learn how to operate the satellite and the ground station and we will develop research projects to carry out on…

Time lapse of the satellite assembly

2017.09.29 | News type

Satellite and ground station assembly in week 39

We are proud to announce that the Delphini-1 satellite was officially born on September 26, 2017 at 14.07 CET when we communicated with its computer for the first time! More testing will take place during the next weeks as part of two workshops. The ground station was set up at the Department of Engineering and tests receiving different signals…

2017.08.29 | Research news

Workshop 1 - Startup

Today we have started our first workshop 'Delphini-1, Aarhus University's First Satellite'. As part of this workshop students will build the Delphini-1 satellite and the ground station to talk to it once in space. Stay tuned for updates!  

2017.03.27 | Research news

Press release

Aarhus University press release regarding Delphini-1

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