Entries by Olivia Yem
Magnetorquers are used to stop a satellite from spinning when it is in orbit. This blog post explains how they work.
Taking part in ENGsoc’s Project fair, the overall system architecture of the project our balloon team is working on approaching its final state, and more!
The BLUEsat Satellite team and BioSphere are launching a payload with genetically modified bacteria in the AIAA Rocketry rocket at THUNDA 2019 in April!
February has been a great month for BLUEsat – with our O-week stall bringing new members into the society, running workshops, preparations for a rocket launch to test our CubeSat subsystems and development of all our projects.
January has been fairly productive despite many members being on holidays, with work on a mobile groundstation, design modifications to our rover and more.