- Created on 13 October 2012
- Published on 13 October 2012
" India’s First Twin Satellite Mission Which Aims to Demonstrate Inter-satellite Communication "
Dr. Anna Durai's visit to the college
StudSat-2 team with Director, ISACT at Bengaluru Space Expo -2012
Parikshit from Manipal University
- Created on 03 September 2011
- Published on 03 September 2011
Nanosatellite from students of Manipal university
"The payload of the Parikshit Satellite is ‘Atmospheric Ionizing Radiation Measurement ‘, and satellite ‘De-orbiting using Electrodynamic Tether’"
Parikshit team with Dr BN Suresh (Former directory, VSSC)
- To become individuals of high calibre and meet the challenges of the country’s space research programme.
The students working on the project aspire to get into the Space engineering related fields and so it is one of our objectivesthat they connect with the right people of various industries for a schematic development of their aptitude.
- India is one of the fastest growing nations in the world in the field of Space research and we the future generation are really looking forward to carry the legacy.
One of the main ideas is to develop satellites continuously and to remain in the mainstream of this field. We started with the aim of making our reputed institute, a leading centre for Space research
- Created on 30 August 2011
- Published on 30 August 2011
An initative from IIT Madras
"To study the energy spectrum of charged particles in the upper ionosphere, and analyse the effects of different phenomena such as solar flares, lightning storms and seismic activity on these particles"
The student team consists of about thirty students from different academic programs varying from second year to fifth year B.Tech/ Dual Degree, M.Tech, M.S and Ph.D ensuring continuity for the project.
It is divided into seven technical sub-teams one for each subsystem of the satellite. There are also several coordination sub-teams which carry out activities such as documentation, accounting, purchase, resource and inventory management, human resource management and also organize events. The student team is mentored by an equally inter-disciplinary panel of faculty coordinators.
Proposed internal configuration of the satellite
- Created on 26 August 2011
- Published on 26 August 2011
An initiative from SRM university students
"The scientific objective of SRMSAT is to monitor green house gases in Near Infrared region 900 nm - 1700 nm"
SRMSAT team talking about their work