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SATELLITE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT -CLOSING CEREMONY

SATELLITE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT
WORKSHOP ON PICO-NANO-MICRO CLASS SATELLITES
June 4th to July 4th  2015

Organized by
PES University, Bangalore
Indian Space Station

 
Group photo after the closing ceremony

“We the students of Bharath University, Aeronautical Department are very much delighted to have the chance to attend the one month Satellite Design Workshop in PES University. This is our second time attending different workshop conducted by CORI, PES University and Indian Space Station; and the reason for us to attend this one month workshop is because we were very much impressed by how much was taught to us in the previous workshop. Number of members from our University attending the previous 3 day satellite design workshop was 4 and the number of members attending the one month satellite design workshop is 8. The increase in number of members attending this workshop proves the fact that we have high hopes of learning in depth about satellite subsystems from the institution of PES University. And it will be absolutely correct to say that they have set an even higher standard for the other institutions.

 

Closing Ceremony of Satellite Course

Closing Ceremony of 4-weeks course on
"Satellite Design - A course in Pico/Nano/Micro Satellites"

Organized by
PES University, Bangalore
Indian Space Station

The closing of the above coursework is planned on 4th July, 2015 from 5PM to 7.30PM. We are pleased announce that Padmashri R M Vasagam, Project director, APPLE satellite, Ex-ISRO scientist will be presiding the program.

All are invited for the closing ceremony.

 

Time: 5PM to 730PM

Venue: Wipro 10x Lab (CORI center), PES University, Banashankari, bangalore

Entry charges: Free

HAL delivers ‘Orbiter Craft Module Structure’ of Chandrayaan-2 to ISRO

HAL delivers ‘Orbiter Craft Module Structure’ of Chandrayaan-2 to ISRO

HAL has delivered ‘Orbiter Craft Module Structure’ of Chandrayaan-2 to ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC).

Chandrayaan-2 is a two module configuration spacecraft comprising of the ‘Orbiter Craft’ and the ‘Lander Craft’.

“The Orbiter Craft Module structure is a 3 tonne category bus structure made out of a central composite cylinder, shear webs and deck panels”, said T Suvarna Raju, CMD, HAL.

The Chandrayaan-2 mission is aimed at placing an Orbiter around the moon and sending a Lander and Rover to the surface of the moon. It will be launched by a Geo-Stationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-MKII).

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