New Ardusat Website Launched!
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... Read more
Mission Patches, SDK and Community Updates
Mission Patches for Ardusat-2
Today is the day that Ardusat-2 gets released from the ISS. If anyone has an idea for a mission patch, we'd love to see it. Our... Read more
New Videos & Ardusat-1/X Experiments
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... Read more
Ardusat-1 and Ardusat-X Deployed from ISS!
Very early yesterday morning, Ardusat-1 and Ardusat-X were deployed from the International Space Station. Shortly thereafter, they began transmitting their beacons! If you're a ham radio operator and you'd like... Read more
New "Coding For Space" Videos and a Camera Example
Ardusat is still on track for release from the ISS at the end of November. That means the first experiments will be uploaded by the end of December... Read more
Official ISS Deployment Date / New Videos & Quizzes
We hope that you had a chance to watch the launch of ArduSat to the ISS last month, and continue to be as excited as we are that... Read more
ArduSat heads to space!
ArduSat has left it's launch site in Japan and is on it's way to the ISS! Thanks to everyone who helped make this happen. There's plenty of work to do... Read more
Watch the launch Live Online!
ArduSat is inching closer to it's own orbit! This Saturday, a little after 3PM EST / 12PM PST, KOUNOTORI4 is scheduled launch aboard the H-IIB Launch Vehicle No. 4 from Yoshinobu Launch Complex... Read more
Taking the Wall Street Journal to Space, Saving Data, and Updated Timeline
We’ve been hard at work getting everything prepped for launch. We’ve also been working on a number of updates for you. One of our engineers (Joel) is off to... Read more
AduSat Control Center Beta Launched for Backers
We've officially launched our ArduSat Control Center (in closed beta) for our Kickstarter Backers! In the ArduSat Control Center, you can learn more about programming the ArduSat from our videos... Read more
SDK Now Available & New Partnership!
SDK Available Today!
We're very happy today to announce the availability of the ArduSat SDK. It's time to really get cranking on those space experiments and applications! We'll be continuing... Read more
New Video & Video Channel
Temperature Sensor Video
Thanks to our very own video producer, straight from Brown University, Nick Allain, we have a new video (http://youtu.be/UYeKRngfAmI ) for you explaining another cool sensor on ArduSat. Its... Read more
Sample Code and Sensor List
We have uploaded all of our sample code to a public Git-hub directory for easy access. This is your one stop shop for pre-developed code from us for... Read more
ArduSat has a launch!
We’ve got some big news for the November update: we’ve signed a launch contract with NanoRacks LLC for TWO LAUNCHES of ArduSats in 2013!The first launch will be in... Read more
Balloons, TVACs, and Shipping –Oh my!
Balloon Launch Soon - Check out the new website and follow our progress live!
On Saturday, September 22, at 10am CDT, we'll be launching the prototype ArduSat payload to 100,000 feet using a weather balloon built by our partner Team Prometheus. The launch is... Read more
Off to a good start!
Project - Peter
It has been a busy few weeks for ArduSat! The team has spent a lot of time speaking with advisors from the satellite and satellite launch industry... Read more
10 hours left to win the Discover Magazine Challenge!
Dear ArduSat Community, your energy has carried this project farther than anyone of us ever imagined - as of now your project is one of the top 1% of all... Read more
2 days left - help us with a final push to reach $100k
These last 4 weeks have been truly amazing and the support and enthusiasm from people all around the world is stunning, humbling, and inspiring.
It is in this spirit that... Read more
We are deeply humbled and inspired by you!
Today was one of those days we'll never forget.
After it looked like for a while that we will not reach our 75,000 funding goal, within 2 days you got... Read more
See ArduSat in 3D!
We've created a 3D model for our backers to take a closer look at what's inside the ArduSat! Go here for instructions on how to download the model and use... Read more
Dear global ArduSat community, we love you!
After a hectic and exciting first week, we spent our second week making progress on longer-term partnerships. This includes launch providers, smartphone app developers, and corporate partners. A big Thank... Read more
ArduSat will be tested in the stratosphere by Team Prometheus!
Nanosatisfi is thrilled to announce that Team Prometheus has joined the ArduSat project to provide two high-altitude test flights of the Arduino payload, one using a stratospheric balloon and one... Read more
You are Amazing!
Dear ArduSat Backers,
You are amazing!
You completely overwhelm us with your support! This past week, it has been an exhilarating experience to see and feel your enthusiasm for our... Read more
GOMSpace Joins ArduSat as Engineering&Integration Partner!
We’re really happy to announce that GOMSpace, the developer of much of the CubeSat hardware we selected for our design, will be partnering with our startup company NanoSatisfi and... Read more
New Video Posted: Details on the Design
I've posted a new video on the Kickstarter homepage and our YouTube channel, to give more technical details on the satellite:
As promised, here are links to datasheets for... Read more
Nanosatisfi makes finals of $100,000 NASA Busines Plan Competition
Nanosatisfi, the team behind your ArduSat, just was announced a finalist for the NASA/New Space Business Plan Competition.
The final selection will take place in Santa Clara on the 28th... Read more