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Far Eastern scientists create a nanosatellite for space experiments
At the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU), scientists are preparing to launch a satellite, which is planned to be placed on a rocket as an associated payload and delivered to near-earth orbit in order to conduct technological research. With its help, they will conduct experiments on materials science and test the elements of the solar sail, an onboard computer.
The project is implemented jointly with partners: the Sputniks company, the Skoltech Institute and the Institute of Automation and Control Processes of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. According to the press service of FEFU, students of the magistracy take part in the creation of the nanosatellite.
To create the device began a year and a half ago. It is planned to launch before the end of this year. By this time, on the roof of one of the buildings of the FEFU campus they plan to install a transceiver antenna with which it will be possible to receive and process information from the satellite.