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BIRDY

Collecting accurate radiation data between Earth and Mars

Robin Klajzyngier

Working within Mars Escapade was not only challenging in terms of knowledge and skills, but also very exciting in human terms. Indeed, had the project dealt with other scientific domains or not, one thing would have remained constant : the Team. And it's...

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Aurélia Deligny

Hello everybody! Here is our little baby: BIRDY. As a student of the Paris Observatory, I was led to pick a project to learn from and get a first experience in a project related to aerospace. I learned about this project through Boris Segret. Why did...

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Testing the navigation function

Hi! During my internship I produced datasets to validate the future Navigation system of the CubeSat BIRDY. BIRDY will have to perform 3 important navigation tasks during the mission. The first one consists in orienting just after the jettison and taking...

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Jeremy Velardo Presentation

I joined the BIRDY project during my master degree in Astrophysics and Space Engineering. Our teachers gave us the choice between working on a retro-engineering project or a Cubesat one. When Boris presented the project, my choice was done and I knew...

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Teddy Chang

My name is Teddy Chang and I come from Taiwan. I’m a third-grade university student of the NCKU Department of Aeronautics & Astronautics. First of all, I’d like to say that I’m very happy to participate to this space mission with each one of you seniors...

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Audrey Porquet

Hi everybody ! My name is Audrey. I am 23 years old and I am currently following a Master’s degree in Astronomical and Space-based Systems Engineering. As of this year, I have been working on the CubeSat with a classmate for the first time. Our study...

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A CubeSat, not a regular satellite.

CubeSats appear to be the most simple and yet adequate answer to the demands and constraints of space exploration. But what is a CubeSat ? A CubeSat is a Nano satellite : Typically 10 centimeter cube and weighing a mere 1 kilogram. The structure design...

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Give the project its name : BIRDY

Giving a Name is always a terrible thing! I finally selected BIRDY for "Bleeping Interplanetary Radiations Determination Yo-yo". Indeed, the projet looks to me like a little robotic migratory bird, more and more everyday. We don't know how long this story...

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Our Dream, Our Mission.

"One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind". In 1969, Neil Amstrong and his copilot Buzz Aldrin put an end to decades of apprehension by leaving the first footprints on the moon. Apollo 11 was thus a clear success. Nevertheless, as Tsiolkovski...

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Collecting accurate radiation data between Earth and Mars