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Annual ANSAT workshop in Trondheim

Published: 30. January 2013 by: Grande Jøran

Annual ANSAT workshop in Trondheim

January 22nd – 23rd about 20 students from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and the University of Oslo gather in Trondheim for the annual ANSAT workshop. The students presented the current status from the two satellite projects CubeStar and NUTS while Torbjørn Houge and Jøran Grande from the ANSAT management presented status and lessons learned so far from the HiNCube project. Invited speaker Associate Professor Jesper A. Larsen from Aalborg University (AAU) held lectures about the CubeSat activity and lessons learned at AAU.

NUTS prototype carbon fibre structure

Roger Birkeland, project manager for NUTS held a guided tour at the NUTS Space lab were five of the students from the NTNU are preparing the final presentations for the upcoming 2nd IAA Conference on university satellite missions and CubeSat Workshop in Rome 3rd – 9th February 2013.

 



 

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