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GHGSat-D (CLAIRE) Launches Successfully and First Contact Indicates Good Health
GHGSat-D (also known as “CLAIRE”) ascended to space last night at 03:56 UTC on board PSLV-C34 along with 19 other satellites (see Figure 1). Separation from its XPOD Duo dispenser occurred in sequence after other satellites, roughly 19 minutes after liftoff as confirmed by on-board telemetry.
Deep Space Industries and SFL selected to provide satellites for HawkEye 360’s Pathfinder mission
Deep Space Industries has partnered with the UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) in Toronto as its platform provider. Together, the team will combine SFL’s capabilities and impressive small satellite success record with Deep Space Industries’ robust design approach and propulsion technologies to develop an advanced, reliable, and innovative satellite system.
Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) to Provide LEO Bus to SSL
The Space Flight Laboratory (SFL), Canada’s premier microsatellite developer operating from the Microsatellite Science and Technology Center (MSTC) at the University of Toronto, today announced that it has partnered with SSL for a spacecraft to be used by Telesat, one of the world’s leading satellite operators.
NORSAT-1 Launch Postponed Due to Faulty Bracket Provided by Arianespace
The launch of NORSAT-1 from French Guiana has been cancelled by Arianespace in agreement with the Norwegian Space Centre (NSC) and UTIAS/SFL.
BRITE-Constellation Sees Stars in a New Light
Vienna, Austria – The first scientific paper produced using data collected by the nanosatellites forming the BRITE-Constellation (BRIght Target Explorer), to be published in an upcoming issue of the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics, is revealing new information about a well-studied star, Alpha Circini.
Deep Space Industries Teams with UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory to Demonstrate Autonomous Spacecraft Maneuvering
The world’s first demonstration of autonomous spacecraft maneuvering was recently completed by Silicon Valley-based Deep Space Industries (DSI) and the Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) of Toronto, Canada.
exactView-9 Launched Successfully and Contacted
At 04:30 UTC, 28 September 2015, PSLV-C30 launched from Sriharikota, carrying exactView-9 (EV9) alongside India’s primary payload, ASTROSAT, into equatorial orbit. The EV9 satellite was developed by the Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) for exactEarth Ltd., a leading provider of Satellite AIS (Automatic Identification System) data services.
SFL’s Josh Newman Wins 1st Place in Small Satellite Student Competition for CanX-4 and CanX-5 Formation Flying Mission Contribution
Josh Newman, a recent graduate of the Space Flight Laboratory’s Master of Applied Science program, took first place in the Utah State University’s Small Satellite Conference Student Competition for his work in the highly successful CanX-4 and CanX-5 formation flying mission.