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LAUNCHING TOWARDS THE SKY

WHO ARE WE

We are a team of young, bright, starry eyed engineering students from KTH, Stockholm and we are trying to design a rocket payload which would be tested in microgravity. Our Project aims to  demonstrate high quality measurements of the Earth’s magnetic field from a CubeSat platform using a self deploying boom carrying two magnetometers. The team is participating on the German/Swedish REXUS/BEXUS program and our experiment is intended to be flown on the REXUS 30 rocket in March 2021.

OUR ENGINEERING MISSION

The Bi-stable Boom Dynamic Deployment experiment aims to flight qualify a bi-stable composite boom which is deployed from a CubeSat like platform in low gravity. The experiment is conducted by a team of students from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm with the goal of familiarising themselves with applied space missions as a preparation for a future career in the aerospace industry.

SUPPORTED BY

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REXUS/BEXUS

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SWEDISH NATIONAL SPACE AGENCY

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THE GERMAN AEROSPACE CENTER

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EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY

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SWEDISH SPACE CORPORATION

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ZARM

CONTACT US

Teknikringen 31, 114 28 Stockholm

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