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THE FIRST CROATIAN SATELLITE
Entrence ticket for the World Space Club.
INVEST IN OUR CROWDFUNDING
THE CROATIAN SATELLITE
To reach that Space view we will need a camera, source of energy, remote communication, and very importantly control of camera orientation. Everything that looks simple, never truly is. This will be a true test of Croatian knowhow in high tech for the Space environment. And it will be a test of the commitment, and motivation of young people to learn about what lies ahead (and above) in their lives. This project will make us a member of the World Space Club.
More and more countries are having their satellites launched – by students. To get familiar with this worldwide trend, A3 associate Yi Li, Ph.D. traveled all his way from China. The aim was to introduce students of Algebra University with the Chinese School of Astronautics, Northwestern
In August, we received two development boards for the satellite computer on which we will develop the operating system before it is installed on the flight computer model. The boards consist of a module with a processor and memory similar to those in industrial controllers and
The first A3space project is constructing, assembling, and launching Croatian CubeSat 2U satellite with a camera as the main payload. It was named after Perun, the god of thunder and lightning (the thunderbolt), the supreme deity in the pantheon of Slavic Gods, according to Slavic mythology. Like the Slavic God Perun, we want to shake and light the knowledge of space in Croatia.
The PERUN project will be realized by a large number of young engineers and scientists. They will be led by experienced staff at universities and scientific institutions through project reviews and advice. Such engineers and scientists will not only learn the theory of space engineering but will get a wealth of hands-on experience. Students who gain knowledge in aerospace often use it in other high technologies – biomedicine, mechanical engineering, software engineering, etc.