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Maker Spotlight: Davide Nejoumi

Maker Spotlight: Davide Nejoumi

Twenty-three year old Davide Nejoumi from Rome, the founder of satrtup Delta Space Leonis, is gearing up to go into orbit with Elon Musk.

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Build Your Own Satellite Ground Station

Build Your Own Satellite Ground Station

We talk to the creators of SatNOGS, an open source and open hardware satellite ground station built using a 3D printer, off the shelf components, and $300.

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NASA Approves Kicksat’s Tiny DIY Satellites for Second Attempt

NASA Approves Kicksat’s Tiny DIY Satellites for Second Attempt

With the recent announcement that the replacement Kicksat has been awarded a launch slot by NASA I sat down and talked to Zac Manchester about the history behind the Kicksat project, and the upcoming launch.

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Hackaday Prize Winner Announced

Hackaday Prize Winner Announced

The Hackaday prize, where entrants competed to build something awesome that transmits data and is openly documented, has now been won by the satNOGs team led by Pierros Papadeas. The device, or system rather, is a open standard based network of ground stations for tracking and monitoring satellites. As cool as that is, the prize, […]

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