making space together

We are AerospaceResearch.net, a small team of space makers solving space problems together with Small Satellite Student Society University o Stuttgart (KSat e.V.) and the Cosmic Dust Team.

In 2011, we started as a student group at the University of Stuttgart to provide massive computing power with our distributed computting platform Constellation to everyone needing it for space simulations. Over time, we attracted international young professionals of the space industry and the local maker community and thus becoming a full fletched citizen science project.

We are a community project of several Projects working of different Teams in Stuttgart and globally. Together with the Small Satellite Student Society University o Stuttgart (KSat e.V.) , the Distributed Ground Station Network Team at the Institute for Photogrammetry and the Cosmic Dust Team of the Institute for Space Systems at University of Stuttgart, we are working on the rover mission ROACH crawling for maintenance reasons on the outer hull of a sounding rocket while coasting in near space, tracking cubesats faster than US NORAD and simulating cometary dust particles for the IMEX project of the European Space Agency (ESA).

We are a small organization but having impact within out space community and helping realizing space exploration by creativity and open access. We are open for everybody interested in space for the betterment of everybody.

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Technologies

  • python
  • c/c++
  • vhdl
  • boinc
  • java

Topics

  • Science and Medicine
  • cubesats
  • space applications
  • software defined radio
  • distributed computing
  • simulations
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AerospaceResearch.net 2018 Projects

  • Vinay C K
    [gsoc18-a-dd6] DirectDemod: Decoding of Automatic Picture Transmission (NOAA)
    One of the important functions of satellites is to provide us with weather data allowing us to properly plan and be prepared for adverse weather...
  • Aakash Deep
    Implementing Two-Line Element (TLE) Input / Output and using it for evaluation
    The project is focused on two-line elements that how we can accurately determine satellite orbit using the information wrapped in it and then...
  • Arya Das
    Lone Pseudoranger: Orbit position data analysis and interpolation (3D)
    Enabling orbit determinator to predict orbits using real time data. It will be done using 5 steps: Finding a set of Keplerian elements that...
  • Jorge PĂ©rez
    Turning orbitdeterminator into a robust, reliable tool
    As a GSoC project, I will continue the work done on orbitdeterminator, so that we turn it into a robust, reliable tool, suitable for orbit...
  • Pedro12909
    Universal Space Operation Center GUI
    The Problem The Universal Space Operations Center is a simple and easy-to-use ground station for space projects. It was initially developed to aid...
  • Shantanu Mishra
    visma - VISualMAth
    visma - VISualMAth, an equation solver, which aims at showing the step-by-step solution of a given equation. As of now, visma is capable of...
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