Nanosatelite Engineering and Mission Analysis Course
Nanosatelite Engineering and Mission Analysis Course
NSA1
Online and Live
Course

13

Mar 2021

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14

Mar 2021

Nanosatelite Engineering and Mission Analysis Course

Practical Case: CubeSat Earth Observation Mission
Virtual
Nanosatelite Engineering and Mission Analysis Course
Nanosatellites have become one of the pillars of commercial space applications, and technological and scientific demonstration, opening new markets and creating new jobs. Small satellites have the ability to form large constellations with the potential to achieve similar or greater performance than traditional ones. With this course, you learn about nanosatellite design and space applications.

The development and launch of small satellites is one of the most promising activities in the new space sector. Recent technological advances, such as 3D printing, microelectronics, software development and the ease of acquiring “off-the-shelf” products at lower costs have led to a paradigm shift: the appearance of small satellites, such as nanosatellites and the CubeSat, highly modular satellite standard for every mission.

Total investment

180

110

Class limitation:
30
Course hours:
20
Minimum registrations:
10
What you'll get
  • Hands-on Live training
  • Access to NewSpace Academy’s Moodle
  • Access to NewSpace Academy’s Network
  • Materials, tools and Expert know-how
  • Diploma of Participation


Enroll now
Summary
  • Hands-on Live training
  • Access to NewSpace Academy’s Moodle
  • Access to NewSpace Academy’s Network
  • Materials, tools and Expert know-how
  • Diploma of Participation


Enroll now

Schedule (GMT +1)

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Lecturers

José Pedro Ferreira
Fulbright Fellow and Aerospace Engineer
Jorge Monteiro
CEO at Spaceway
Marco Romero
CEO at Humbitec
Eldrige de Melo
Manager at Satellogic