CubeSats & SmallSats

May 9 & 10

Some are the size of a toaster. Others a suitcase. They can ride into space as secondary payloads in a rocket's "trunk," or even be tossed out of an airlock, to start their missions. Small satellites, often collectively called "cubesats," are changing the way we explore space and monitor our home planet.

Host:
Preston Dyches

Speaker:
Anne Marinan (JPL) — Systems Engineer, Near Earth Asteroid Scout & Mars Cube One; Team Xc Lead Engineer
Travis Imken (JPL) — Project Systems Engineer, RainCube

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