RAX-2 was recently featured on the blog “The Space Review,” which covers recent developments in the SmallSat community. The article discussed numerous CubeSat missions that presented at the SmallSat conference at Utah State University this past August.
According to the article: “CubeSats are already providing good scientific data for researchers. The University of Michigan’s Radio Continue Reading »
On July 16-20, MXL faculty and students participated in a small satellite workshop hosted by Caltech’s Keck Institute for Space Studies. The workshop, titled “Small Satellites: A Revolution in Space Science,” started off with a one-day lecture series featuring research and development efforts from both academia and industry. The workshop was designed to bring together Continue Reading »
While at KISS, MXL director Prof. James Cutler will be presenting a lecture titled “Recent Space Physics Science from RAX” during a one day intensive short course on small satellites. Continue Reading »
MXL team members and alumni attended the first Interplanetary CubeSat (iCubeSat) Workshop last week. The workshop took place at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and was coordinated by students from MIT, Cornell University, and the University of Michigan.