Other Small Satellite sites
||ASTRID-2 is Sweden's second scientific microsatellite
developed by Swedish Space Corporation's Science
Systems Division in Solna, Sweden.
ASUSat 1, is an ASU NASA Space Grant
project, and is Arizona State University's first student designed satellite.
ASU is also a member of 3-cornersat with University of Colorado at
Boulder, and University of New Mexico.
||CATSAT is a small
scientific satellite mission being developed jointly by the University of
New Hampshire and the University of Leicester through the Universities
Space Research Association (USRA)/NASA Student Explorer Demonstration
||A small satellite
mission by the Colorado Space Grant College
||MightySat I is a
United States Air Force satellite that will demonstrate new technologies
College Small Satellite Project on the Web
Institute of Space Physics / Luleå University of Technology joint
Small Explorer (SMEX) Website
||NASA's Small Explorer
(SMEX) Program provides frequent flight opportunities for highly focused
and relatively inexpensive space science missions.
||OPAL is Stanford
University’s second Satellite QUIck Research Testbed (SQUIRT) satellite.
Repository on small satellites at Surrey
||An up-to-date list of papers and articles written by UoSAT and
Surrey Satellite Technology, Ltd. ( SSTL) are listed here.
Where available on the web, a link is provided.
(Stanford Audiophonic Photographic Infrared Experiment)
||SAPPHIRE is the first Satellite
QUIck Research Testbed
(SQUIRT) satellite; Stanford University.
Oxide Explorer (SNOE)
|| SNOE ("snowy") is a small scientific satellite that is measuring
the effects of energy from the sun and from the magnetosphere on the density
of nitric oxide in the Earth's upper atmosphere.
NanoSat Applications Program
||Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Test-bed Satellite
using Radiative Recombinative Ionospheric EUV and Radio Sources.
for Aeronautics and Astronautics of the Technical
University of Berlin. Development of microsatellites (the TUBSAT
series) with emphasis on high resolution attitude control.
18 aka WEBERSAT.
||Designed and Built by
Weber State University's Center for AeroSpace Technology (CAST) in Ogden,
LaunchSpace Industry Directory.
LaunchSpace magazine's online directory of aerospace engineering firms.
NASA Home Page
NASA Scientific and Technical
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA
Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards,
Center at Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH
Goddard Institute for Space Studies, New York, NY
Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD
Independent Validation & Verification
Facility, Fairmont, WV
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena CA
Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX
Kennedy Space Center, Florida
Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA
Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL
Moffett Federal Airfield, Mountain View, CA
Stennis Space Center, MS
Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island, VA
White Sands Test Facility, White Sands, NM