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Build a CubeSat Satellite that actually works, Part 1: Make it Resilient

Bill Marshall
Engineer, PhD, lecturer, freelance technical writer, blogger & tweeter interested in robots, AI, planetary explorers and all things electronic. STEM ambassador. Designed, built and programmed my first microcomputer in 1976. Still learning, still building, still coding today.


December 3, 2018 09:01

Great article. First we are in the same league of floppy disc era and Tandy computers & PDP
I am building a 3 U cubesat with Cots component as our student project.

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December 4, 2018 08:50

@msprasaad Thanks! I confess my earliest computer programming was on an ICL 1904S mainframe using 80 column punched cards - DEC PDP-8s and 11s came later! Tell us more about your CubeSat project - what will be its mission? What processor technology are you using?

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