[TechUkraine news] Ukrainian SpaceTech project MySat UA that teaches programming, physics, mechanics, and electronics

Ukrainian Dmytro Khmara founded the SpaceTech project MySat UA – the first satellite that teaches programming, physics, mechanics, and electronics. The advancements in electronics allow integrating everything you need for a full-fledged satellite in a small cube 10x10x10 cm that called nanosatellites or Cubesat.

What’s in the MySatUA kit?
📌MySatUA will serve as a scientific and STEM kit with a lot of sensors and functions, including a camera, an accelerometer, and a gyroscope, magnetic compass, temperature, pressure, and humidity sensors.
📌The satellite is equipped with its power system and battery.
📌The satellite is activated, as the real ones, by using the RBF mechanism (Remove Before Flight).

📌But that’s not all, in the future, your satellite can be modified with additional modules.
The team launched the MySatUA crowdfunding campaign on the Big Idea to raise enough funds💸 for the development and prototypes of the satellites: https://biggggidea.com/project/mysat/
The price for MySatUA is no more than $100 and every fan of space and technology will be able to assemble, program, and experiment with the satellite.
MySatUA teaches children to love science, stimulates the emergence of future space engineers, and thus drives scientific progress in space exploration.

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