StudSat is a CubeSat satellite designed by students. This project was conceptualised and project managed by undergraduate students across India. STUDSAT-1 is a picosatellite, a miniaturised satellite, successfully launched on 12 July 2010 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre into a sun synchronous orbit. The mission's objective was for students to have a hands-on experience with the design, fabrication and realisation of a space mission at a minimum cost. Experimental in nature, the mission life was stated to be six months.

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  • StudSat is a CubeSat satellite designed by students. This project was conceptualised and project managed by undergraduate students across India. STUDSAT-1 is a picosatellite, a miniaturised satellite, successfully launched on 12 July 2010 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre into a sun synchronous orbit. The mission's objective was for students to have a hands-on experience with the design, fabrication and realisation of a space mission at a minimum cost. Experimental in nature, the mission life was stated to be six months. StudSat-1 was the first picosatellite launched by India, as well as the smallest satellite launched indigenously by any Indian organisation. (en)
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  • StudSat is a CubeSat satellite designed by students. This project was conceptualised and project managed by undergraduate students across India. STUDSAT-1 is a picosatellite, a miniaturised satellite, successfully launched on 12 July 2010 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre into a sun synchronous orbit. The mission's objective was for students to have a hands-on experience with the design, fabrication and realisation of a space mission at a minimum cost. Experimental in nature, the mission life was stated to be six months. (en)
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