Entries by Raghav Hariharan

September 2018 Monthly Update

BLUEsat's rover driving
It was definitely the most eventful month of the year for BLUEsat. Placing 8th in the European Rover Challenge (ERC), attending the AEC as well as the successful balloon launch this past weekend. A huge round of applause to everyone for all your hard work this last month! The Rover teams are undergoing some design...

The Fermi Paradox

Info-graphic postulating the answer to "Where are they?"
For a little change of pace from all of these wonderful technical blogs, I think it's time for a little break to let loose our imagination and curiosity. This'll (hopefully) be a nice little series where you and I both will go on an adventure learning and exploring some exciting space theories that have...

Aerospace Futures 2018 Day 1

Suited up in the Parliament House before the Aerospace futures conference
Aerospace Futures 2018 Excited! That’s exactly how I felt hopping onto the bus yesterday for the Aerospace Futures Conference. We had a wonderful bus ride down to Canberra chatting with the new friends we made as well as watching Tom working on CAD for the rover for the majority of the trip. Having been working...

June 2018 Monthly Update

Connector board array on the NUMBAT rover
It has been another busy month at BLUEsat. Progress has been made with the NUMBAT rover in our Off-World Robotics Team, with work on connector boards, PCBs, the suspension system and a variety of new software features. The old BLUEtongue rover has been fixed and ready for use in rover driving sessions. The Satellite...

May 2018 Monthly Update

Prototype CubeSat ADC consisting of three levels of PCBS with metal wheels inbetween for the ADCs
This has been an eventful month for BLUEsat UNSW, with our previous President and Secretary, Helena Kertesz and Harry J.E Day,  stepping down from their executive positions at BLUEsat. The EGM welcomed Raghav Hariharan as the new President, Anita Smirnov as the new Secretary and Bohan Deng as the new Arc Delegate. Rover From the Rover...