Gallery

Below are snapshots obtained throughout the history of the University Nanosat Program. Clicking on an image will display the full size photo.

General Nanosat Program
The two day Satellite Fabrication class is offered to all Nanosat universities once during the two year cycle.
The two day Satellite Fabrication class is offered to all Nanosat universities once during the two year cycle.
Students presenting their program status at the Nanosat-4 Preliminary Design Review (PDR)
Students presenting their program status at the Nanosat-4 Preliminary Design Review (PDR).
An AFRL technician works with a student during the Nanosat-4 Satellite Fabrication class.
An AFRL technician works with a student during the Nanosat-4 Satellite Fabrication class.
Students launch small experimental payloads on high altitude balloons during the Student Hands-On Training (SHOT) workshop.
Students launch small experimental payloads on high altitude balloons during the Student Hands-On Training (SHOT) workshop.
This picture was taken from one of the high altitude balloon payloads at SHOT.
This picture was taken from one of the high altitude balloon payloads at SHOT. The balloons can reach an altitude of ~90,000 ft.
A conceptual picture of one
A conceptual picture of one of the proposed Nanosat missions.
Nanosat-3 Flight Competition Review Attendees
Nanosat-3 Flight Competition Review Attendees.
Nanosat-6 SHOT I Workshop balloon launch
Nanosat-6 SHOT I Workshop balloon launch
 

Nanosat 1 & 2
Three Corner Sat integrated to the Delta IV launch vehicle adapter
Three Corner Sat integrated to the Delta IV launch vehicle adapter.
Three Corner Sat, Nanosat-2
Three Corner Sat, Nanosat-2
Inaugural launch of the Delta IV Heavy.  Three Corner Sat rode as a secondary payload on this flight.
Inaugural launch of the Delta IV Heavy. Three Corner Sat rode as a secondary payload on this flight.

Nanosat 3
A student working on FASTRAC in the University of Texas at Austin's cleanroom
A student working on FASTRAC in the University of Texas at Austin's cleanroom
Subsystem component housing for FASTRAC EDU
Subsystem component housing for FASTRAC EDU
The FASTRAC team from the University of Texas at Austin, winners of the NS-3 competition
The FASTRAC team from the University of Texas at Austin, winners of the NS-3 competition
The FASTRAC flat-sat (electronic mock up) in Austin
The FASTRAC flat-sat (electronic mock up) in Austin
Team FASTRAC in a post-FCR Flight Build Design Review
Team FASTRAC in a post-FCR Flight Build Design Review
FASTRAC EDU in its stacked configuration
FASTRAC EDU in its stacked configuration
FASTRAC-2 (Bottom flight unit of FASTRAC stack)
FASTRAC-2 (Bottom flight unit of FASTRAC stack)
   

Nanosat-4
CUSat during Solar Simulator Testing
CUSat during Solar Simulator Testing
CUSat in the Bake Out Chamber
CUSat in the Bake Out Chamber
CUSat Micro Pulsed Plasma Thruster firing
CUSat Micro Pulsed Plasma Thruster firing
CUSat on the Vibration Table
CUSat on the Vibration Table
   

Nanosat-5
Computer Image of DANDE
Computer Image of DANDE
   

Nanosat-6 & 7
Pictures of NS-6 & 7 winning satellite coming soon.
University Nanosat Program