Monthly Archives: September 2011

Testing The Beacon

On Tuesday July 26 the radios that will be used as communication devices on MURSAT1 arrived.  We will use off-the-shelf amateur radio equipment that will be case modded inside the TubeSat shell.  So we had these radios in our hands … Continue reading

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Symposium on Small Satellite Programmes for Sustainable Development

From September 13 to 16 2011 the United Nations together with ESA and the Austrian Government held the third (and last)  Symposium on Small Satellite Programmes for Sustainable Development at the Space Research Institute in Graz/Austria.  This year’s focus was … Continue reading

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radio mursat – 22.9.: sonifications and visualizations

The second radio show on thursday, 22nd of September focuses on interpretation of satellite positioning data and their transformation, into sound, into animation. Peter Venus, Norbert Math, Jogi and Reni Hofmüller work on sonifications for this years’ musikprotokoll, a festival … Continue reading

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Sonifications of satellite data at musikprotokoll 2011

Sonifications of satellite data such as used in gpredict (elevation, azimuth, footprint, …) will be part of ESC’s exhibition “Possibility grid”, alongside with other sonification projects based on the interpretation of windtime. Exhibition opening on Sat, 24th Sept, 7pm opening … Continue reading

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