EyasSat LLC congratulates client, Faith By Hearing, who is garnering media attention in its home town.
EyasSat3 features prominently in the news link-please note that EyasSat3 is NOT the actual satellite the organization will use to accomplish their mission. It is a model that is similar to the 3U or 6U satellites they hope to deploy.
User community! We need your feedback. We’ve encountered so many problems shipping EyasSats and having them arrive at final destination broken. As a customer how would you feel about your EyasSat arriving UN-assembled with clear instructions for assembling it?
You think blizzards are bad? Wait until we, that is the EyasSat team, blow into town!
EyasSat is heading to Greenbelt, MD! We will be observing TSTI’s Space System Verification & Validation course, being presented at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. This course uses traditional EyasSat (old Rev C) as system of interest. Thank you TSTI for inviting us along. Eager to see EyasSats in action with professionals.
Professionals pictured with Rev C EyasSat
Photo shows officers working EyasSats at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, CO, USA earlier this week.
Is your 2.4GHz, Xbee radio working? This is the radio found in all EyasSat C+ Models out there today. We are experiencing a strange phenomenon–radios that work in our lab no longer work when they arrive at their final destination. We suspect that some geographical regions around the world do not support this frequency and/or that there is a frequency interference. Please tell us IF your radio works and WHERE you are from!
coming soon from EyasSat LLC. Stay tuned….
Genah Burditt of EyasSat LLC; Eddie Goldstein and Dimitri Klebe of Denver Museum of Nature & Science, event location/co-host, celebrate the success of EyasSat Rev 4.2 at the Colorado Space Roundup on December 10th.
A great event, packed with relevant panel discussions, networking opportunities, and plenty of coffee and food!
1. Colorado has 3rd largest aerospace industry in USA
2. Over 50% of aerospace companies in Colorado are 10 people or less
WOW! Let’s celebrate CSBR, Small Business, and Colorado’s coolest industry! Cheers!
EyasSat LLC just joined the Colorado Space Business Roundtable and will be attending the 11th Annual Colorado Space Roundup on December 10th at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. We hope to see you there!
Do you represent a university starting an aerospace department or CubeSat program? Are you seeking to improve your country’s foothold in a rapidly developing aerospace industry?
Whatever your training goals, from aerospace engineering basics to in-depth staff development, I would like to introduce you, our customers, to a group we have worked with for some time: Teaching Science & Technology, Inc. (TSTI).
TSTI is recognized around the world for their top quality training is astronautics and space systems engineering. Their courses run the spectrum from introductory astronautics (for newcomers to the space industry) to advanced courses in robotic spacecraft design, system verification and validation–using our EyasSats, systems engineering, space mission operations and applied program management for space systems. TSTI wrote the books on space systems (authors and editors of Understanding Space, Applied Space Systems Engineering, Space Mission Analysis and Design, Human Spaceflight Analysis and Design, etc.). Their instructors all have doctorates in related fields, taught Astronautical Engineering at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and have had practical experience in development of space missions. TSTI loves to teach and works with organizations as diverse as NASA, ESA, US Air Force, Lockheed-Martin, Singapore’s National Defense R&D organization, and the Angolan Space Agency.
To get the most of your EyasSats, we suggest you contact TSTI.
Classroom Trainer at Work
Sharan Asundi, Ph.D., Assistant Professor within Department of Aerospace Science Engineering at Tuskegee University has! Check out these images of an EyasSat Classroom Satellite being used to map the magnetic field inside a Magnet Coil Test Facility in Maryland.