My first satellite, the Colorado Student Space Weather Experiment (CSSWE), is still making headlines: http://spacenews.com/op-ed-incredible-shrinking-spacecraft/ I was incredibly lucky to be involved in this very special CubeSat. I predict that the-little-satellite-that-could isn’t done generating publications. Keep an eye out for them!
GOMX-3 was successfully deployed from the ISS on Monday, October 5th: http://www.esa.int/Education/Highlights/AAUSAT5_GomX-3_in_orbit Since then, we’ve been performing the exciting job of commissioning the satellite, and ESA recently interviewed me to comment on our progress: http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Space_Engineering_Technology/ESA_s_first_technology_nanosatellite_reporting_for_duty All has been going extremely well; I’m very happy to work among such talented engineers. It’s weeks like these that make
Thanks to my position at GomSpace, I have been able to work as the system engineer of the GOMX-3 satellite, the first ESA In-Orbit Demonstration (IOD) CubeSat. Once again, I have been given the opportunity to take a satellite from design to in-orbit operations. During the launch of GOMX-3 aboard HTV-5, ESA (and a few others) linked to this
My presentation at SmallSat was covered by the website NewSpaceJournal.com. Check out the article here: http://www.newspacejournal.com/2013/08/11/can-cubesats-do-quality-science-for-one-group-yes/