Summer 2020 Events:
NASA WATTS on the moon proposal review
Posted on: 8/4/2020
Posted on: 8/4/2020
SDSL Extreme Makeover: Warehouse Edition
Posted on: 8/13/2016
With the expansion of our organization over the past year, SDSL is has been in the process of renovating our space within the PSYN warehouse in time for the upcoming 2016-2017 academic year! Our projected finished product will serve to not only make our space reflect who we are as an active student organization with a love for the space industry and engineering design, but allow for a larger work space in which we can coordinate the development of our various projects and involvements! We have been thrilled to watch our work evolve over the past few weeks, and are even more excited to have the opportunity to soon share it with you!
During our first meetings of the year, occurring Friday, August 19 at 4:00pm and again on Tuesday, August 23, at 6:30pm, we will be introducing our new and returning members to who we are as well as what we aim to achieve as a student organization, with a tour of our new space to follow! Both meetings will take place in SCOB101. We look forward to seeing you there!
SDSL Spring 2016 Final General Meeting Vacuum Chamber Demo
Posted on: 4/19/2016
It was great seeing an incredible turnout for our last general meeting of the semester, AND you got to see the Pulsed Plasma Thruster team demonstrate a marshmallow man ‘sacrifice’ in our fully-functioning vacuum chamber along with a great (and tasty) satellite s’mores competition!
See you all during the summer, and next Fall! Best of luck for Finals!
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Mars One and NASA CubeSat initiative
Posted on: 8/8/2014
The Sun Devil Satellite Laboratory is excited to announce that we have a number of new projects coming up for this school year. These projects will allow a number of students to get hands on experience with the engineering process. The first of these projects is for Mars One, a non-profit organization based out of the Netherlands that plans on establishing a human colony on Mars. They have decided to host a world wide competition for their last payload opening on their 2018 unmanned mission.Secondly, NASA has just announced that they will be sending up more CubeSats built by university students. Proposals are due soon so make sure to contact us with your ideas!!