A CubeSat is a very small satellite typically built by a student group or small organization that would not normally be able to get a satellite into orbit. The traditional size of a CubeSat is 10 centimetres on each side and a weight of 1.33 kg (3 pounds). CubeSats are typically launched in clusters, piggybacking on other major satellite launches.

Crazy Engineering: CubeSats
The Future of CubeSat Propulsion
Cubesats | Mini cube satellites
UK Student-Built Satellite Sends Data Back From Space
This Small Satellite Could Predict the Next Hurricane | Short Film Showcase
Dove Satellite – Observing Earth With A Cubesat
Tiny satellites that photograph the entire planet, every day | Will Marshall

CubeSat propulsion systems

The Future of CubeSat Propulsion
A New Way to Move Tiny Spacecraft | Electrospray Propulsion

DIY Satellites

Let’s make a Satellite with Arduino! (Project Overview)
EEVblog #519 – Ardusat Arduino Based CubeSat Satellite


The New Nano Satellite Companies Looking At Everything | Foreign Correspondent

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