How to build a satellite: a guide from the technical project manager of Dauria Aerospace Alexander Malinin

How to build a satellite: a guide from the technical project manager of Dauria Aerospace Alexander Malinin

16.03.18

What is needed to build your own spacecraft? Which difficulties will you have to overcome? Technical project manager of Dauria Aerospace Alexander Malinin will answer these questions at InSpaceForum 2018.

Over the last decade, microsatellites have matured from students’ research projects into full-scale commercial projects capable of solving many practical and scientific tasks. Even in 2018-2019, more than 60% of microsatellites will be launched for remote sensing of the Earth.

As the popularity of these machines is growing, Dauria Aerospace has developed the Earth remote sensing satellite Auriga. Thanks to compact sizes, small weight coupled with the productivity of the optoelectronic system and high spatial resolution of the camera, this spacecraft is unique.

In the presentation titled “Development of the first Russian private Earth remote sensing microsatellite of high resolution”, Alexander Malinin will specify which difficulties one may face when building a spacecraft and will tell about its operation principles.


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