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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 Ardusat Website Launched!

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We're excited to let you know that today we've launched a brand new website for Ardusat! Over the last several months, we've been working to build our site and resources to better equip classrooms, clubs, and makers to create their own experiment to run in space. 

On ardusat.com, you'll now see free learning resources that cover topics from just understanding space in general, to lessons that help you understand various sensors on satellites and what they can measure. 

We plan to continuously build out this suite of learning resources and also would love the community to contribute back by sharing resources that you've built or used in the past. 

If you are a teacher and want more than just to use the free learning resources, contact us about our Classroom Space Kit. We'll send you hands-on materials for your students, provide first-class support, and provide additional opportunities for you and your students to engage in STEM topics like never before. 

This is a new milestone for Ardusat and we're thrilled to have you join us in expanding STEM innovation in space! For any questions, please send an email to info@ardusat.com.

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