As a goal within SDSL is to promote the education of students intrigued by satellites and the space industry, this page includes websites, articles, and activities all related to presenting educational resources for students to utilize for themselves, and for learning more about what SDSL specializes in.
CubeSat History and Design
CubeSats have a unique founding history within the university environment. Take a look through the links to learn more!
RAX & the University of Michigan: http://exploration.engin.umich.edu/blog/?cat=12
The CubeSat Standard and CubeSat Missions: http://www.cubesat.org/
A Look at the First 100 CubeSats – Click here
Finally, the Necessary Wikipedia Page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CubeSat
CubeSat Development: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/cubesats/index.html
CubeSat Launch Initiative: http://www.nasa.gov/directorates/heo/home/CubeSats_initiative
eoPortal is a great directory for learning about the history of past and current CubeSat and satellite missions, and it is commonly used among developers to assess the flight history of components.
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