Ground StationsThe Space Flight Laboratory operates a Mission Control Center (MCC) that is connected to S-band and UHF ground stations located at UTIAS.
Propulsion for Micro and Small SatellitesPropulsion systems that leverage existing cold gas systems that have been previously developed by the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS) Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) and have flown or will shortly fly in low Earth orbit are under development.
Radiation Test ProgramHigh performance, low power consumption, low cost, and availability are the principal attractive features of "Commercial Off The Shelf" (COTS) electronics.
XPOD Separation SystemThe XPOD Separation System was developed through the SFL CanX Nanosatellite Program. The XPOD is an enclosed "jack-in-the-box" container for separating nanosatellites from virtually any launch vehicle.
SFL-Led Nanosatellite Team Receives Canadian Alouette Award for Precise Autonomous Formation Flight
May 17 2018
Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) Nanosatellite Validates Aircraft Tracking, Prepares for Deorbit Demo
Mar 30 2017
Deep Space Industries and SFL selected to provide satellites for HawkEye 360’s Pathfinder mission
May 26 2016
Deep Space Industries Teams with UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory to Demonstrate Autonomous Spacecraft Maneuvering
Jan 26 2016
SFL’s Josh Newman Wins 1st Place in Small Satellite Student Competition for CanX-4 and CanX-5 Formation Flying Mission Contribution
Aug 12 2015
UniBRITE Achieves Arcminute-Level Fine Pointing for First of its Kind Space Astronomy Mission
Jun 09 2013
Next Generation Automatic Identification System Satellites to be Developed under Communitech Program
Apr 19 2013
AISSat-1 celebrates six months of success on-orbit, first nanosatellite with high performance pointing
Jan 12 2011
New Microsatellite Science and Technology Center (MSTC) planned for completion in late 2011
Dec 15 2010