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17 Jul 2020
The Open Source Satellite Programme is evaluating microprocessors with the support of Research England and the University of Surrey.
16 Apr 2020
Reaching a new Milestone: Celebrating the 2,000,000th SatNOGS Observation!
2 Apr 2020
The Open Source Satellite Programme has been invited to feature in the technical proceedings for the Small Satellite Conference,
24 Mar 2020
Shining a spotlight on the work of an international team that embodies the Open Source philosophy to tackle the health impacts of COVID-19
4 Mar 2020
We are delighted to receive an UBO training satellite model on loan from the Satellite Applications Catapult.
16 Dec 2019
The Open Source Satellite provides microsatellite-class mission utility at an affordable price, to stimulate new sustainable business models
2 Dec 2019
The Open Source Space ecosystem is vibrant and is growing and developing rapidly.
12 Nov 2019
Our approach to enabling our customers to turn their ideas into reality is underpinned by our Systems Thinking.
1 Nov 2019
Advancing new mission ideas from theoretical possibility to commercially-sustainable reality: Our second presentation at IAC2019, Washington, DC.
30 Oct 2019
We were delighted to deliver two presentations about the Open Source Satellite Programme in Washington, D.C., 21st-25th October 2019.
21 Oct 2019
We left last week’s Open Source Cubesat Workshop with a sense of excitement and anticipation about the future of the Open Source space industry.
9 Oct 2019
We are going to be attending the third Open Source Cubesat Workshop, 14th-16th October 2019.
23 Sep 2019
We are excited to have received the first European shipment of the ACORN system from Oakman Aerospace.
19 Sep 2019
We are delighted to welcome Oakman Aerospace, Inc. “Oakman” to the Open Source Satellite Programme community.
13 Aug 2019
The AIAA/Utah State University Small Satellite Conference is a “must” on our annual conference calendar.
12 Jul 2019
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28 Jun 2019
We have a vision to create synergies within the emerging open source ecosystem to create robust microsatellite platforms.
5 Jun 2019
Book your place and join us for our first webinar on 3rd June 2019!
"7 Things You Want To Know About The Open Source Satellite Programme"
31 May 2019
A different approach is required to deliver flexible, capable small satellites that are affordable and accessible.
13 May 2019
Less than a decade ago, cubesats featured almost solely in the academic domain. The same can be said today for Open Source satellites.
24 Apr 2019
It’s not often that engineers are given the opportunity to start with a truly clean sheet of paper when undertaking design work.
3 Apr 2019
SatNews Magazine features an article about how the Open Source Satellite Programme intends to empower the next wave of smallsat disruption
20 Mar 2019
It is important to us that the information that we release remains Open Source for everyone.
1 Mar 2019
Investing time, money and effort to create new ideas, products and intellectual property, then giving it away may seem counter-intuitive.
29 Jan 2019
We’re proud to announce the launch of our new website, introducing a unique hub for our community and partners in the small satellite industry.
17 Jan 2019
Using a Model-Based Systems Engineering approach to develop a central repository which documents the Open Source Satellite design.
10 Jan 2019
Providing increased mission and payload capabilities without growing the mass of the spacecraft platform.
3 Jan 2019
Ensuring our initiative serves the needs of our stakeholders and the community.
27 Dec 2018
Moving from philosophy to the reality: What are the benefits of an “Open Source Satellite?
24 Dec 2018
Creating a springboard for the development of a community-based approach to delivering affordable and accessible space and space-enabled systems.