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We love Arduino and we love space exploration. So we decided to combine them and let people run their own space experiments!
We love Arduino and we love space exploration. So we decided to combine them and let people run their own space experiments!
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New Videos & Ardusat-1/X Experiments

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Hey Everyone!

It's a been whirlwind adventure ever since Ardusat-1/X were deployed. We have to thank the Ham Radio community for helping track our satellites and download our beacons. They've been a great help tracking the health of our satellites!

We're hard at work getting ready to test and run your experiments. On that note, please start getting your experiments in. If you've already written code, you can email it to nick@nanosatisfi.com for an initial verification. Please make sure you're using the latest version of the SDK (https://github.com/ArduSat/ArduSatSDK) and that it compiles locally.

We've also added two new videos for you to use to learn more about Ardusat. Both cover orbits! The videos are both on Youtube and in the Ardusat Control Center. Don't be alarmed if the Control Center starts to change a bit in the coming month or so, we'll be doing a large update to it soon.

Robert Mann, USM-Valor, and 2 more people like this update.

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