With the launch of India's PSLV and the deployment of over 20 satellites, CubeSats and Small Satellites were in plenty this week. Take a listen to learn more about the missions that launched.
On this episode of The Downlink, we talk about the amazing demonstration flight that can lead to the detecting of gravitational waves in space. Plus, we talk about the potential of Earth's "new" moon.
On episode 9, Ryan from Georgia Tech finally joins us for the summer. We talk about CubeSats demonstrating quantum entanglement and studying exoplanets. Then, Khoa talks about how he got into drones, how other can get into it, and practicing safe flying.
On Episode 8, we have a new special segment! Our data team leader, Nirav Ilango, reports from the iCubeSat Conference in Oxford, England. Then, we talk about new CubeSat missions for SLS.
Although there are only two of us on this podcast, we have a lot to talk about. With so many different CubeSat missions, its amazing to see the wide range of missions. Be amazed as well, and listen to episode 7 of The Downlink.
On episode 6, we talk about wha PPOD are and their role in exploding CubeSat market.
On this episode of The Downlink, we take a look at the new NASA tech that is being re-invested into CubeSats. Then, we talk about the amazing SpaceX landing.
On episode 4 of The Downlink, we talk about how CubeSats can become reusable and how they can usher in an era of resource mining in our solar system at Europa. Be sure to listen and subscribe on iTunes to never miss an episode.
On episode 3 of The Downlink, Paige Copenhaver from the lab talks about her research with stars and planets. Then we talk about Virgin Galactic's new small spacecraft launcher and how NASA is planning to send CubeSats to Mars.
On episode 2 of The Downlink, we talk about CubeSats going to visit Europa, and we talk about Project Starshot, an idea to take satellites to Alpha Centauri in 20 years.