Proyectos
2012




CubeSAT

Integración y pruebas de un satélite experimental basado en el estándar CUBESAT

Instrumentación
para monitoreo

de fenómenos de la ionósfera que afectan los sistemas de comunicación.

Micro satélites

multimisión para comunicaciones y monitoreo dirigidos hacia la protección civil.

CANSAT

El proyecto tiene como uno de sus objetivos realizar pico satélites educativos.

Percepción
remota

Las imágenes de PR en México sonimportante para la evaluación de sus recursos naturales.

RATIR
telescopio
infrarrojo

para detectar destellos de rayo gamma producido por explosiones en el espacio lejano.

SATEX

microsatélite multimisión para comunicaciones y monitoreo dirigidos hacia la protección civil.

Proyectos
2013




CamSAT

proyecto para estudiantes licenciatura de la UNAM, crear satelites.

Capacitacion
de recursos
humanos

para el desarrollo de tecnología de estaciones terrenas.

Satélite
Quetzal

satélite que permite tomar muestras del territorio nacional.

Radares de
apertura
sintética

Diseño de radares para la observación de los océanos y sus recursos.

Estación de
Resonancia
Schumann.

Diseño y construcción de una estación para medir el fenómeno conocido como Resonancia Schumann.

Ulises
2.0

Es un Cubesat que pretende tener usos de tipo artístico.

Somos un grupo de investigadores y empresarios interesados en la ciencia y tecnología espacial en México, y hemos formado Red de Ciencia y Tecnología Espaciales (RedCyTE).

Cuestionario Institucional

Programa de actividades a realizarse durante la reunión de cierre ]
con los responsables de proyectos semilla de la RedCyTE (PDF)

 

Proyectos 2013

Bienvenidos proyectos 2013
  • Organización de un concurso universitario de CanSats.
  • Proyecto Semilla de un Programa de Capacitación a Nivel Licenciatura y Posgrado con Satélites CANSATS
  • Átlatl:Propulsión Eléctrica
  • Formación de nuevos grupos de Ingenieros en la Operación de Estaciones Terrenas Satelitales.
  • Formación Técnica-Cultural de Especialistas en el Desarrollo del Ojo Espacial del Artista Mexicano
  • Satelital quetzal, sustentabilidad espacial.
  • AZTECSAT CubeSAT MEX-USA
  • Integración y Pruebas de una Cámara de Percepción Remota para un Nanosatélite Experimental basado en el Estándar CubeSAT.
  • Sustentabilidad Espacial.
  • Radares de apertura sintética para la observación de los océanos y sus recursos.
  • Construcción de una estación para medir la resonancia Schumann.

 

Eventos externos 2013
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IAF: sent before 21 June 2013

issiThe International Astronautical Federation (IAF) is pleased to announce you the opening of the call for nominations of the 2013 Frank J. Malina Astronautics Medal.

The Frank J. Malina Astronautics Medal is presented annually to an educator who has demonstrated excellence in using his/her available resources to promote the study of astronautics and related space sciences The detailed nomination process is available on : http://iafastro.org/index.php/articles/frank-j-malina-astronautics-medal-call-for-nominations

PDF

More information about the Allan D. Emil Memorial Award:

http://iafastro.org/index.php/activities/honors-awards/malina-medal

Nomination material should be sent before 21 June 2013 15:00 CET (Paris time) to the IAF Secretariat, preferably by email at award@iafastro.org . or by Fax to +33 1 4273 2120 or by postal mail to: IAF Secretariat 94 bis avenue de Suffren 75015 Paris France For further Information about the IAF Honours and Awards programmes, please contact the IAF Secretariat at award@iafastro.org.s

iaf

1st UNISEC-Global Meeting in Tokyo in November November 23-24, 2013

This time, we call for "Users" and "Developers" for facilitating match-making for international collaboration.
Please check the information at: http://www.unisec-global.org/premic3.html
Also, please visit our facebook if wish. https://www.facebook.com/missionideacontest?ref=hl
Successful applicants will be fully or partially provided travel cost to Tokyo. Please feel free to contact us should you have any questions.
Rei Kawashima
MIC office,
c/o University Space Engineering Consortium (UNISEC)
Central Yayoi 2F
2-3-2 Yayoi, Bunkyo, Tokyo

IAF:Beijing, China 23-27 septiembre 2013. Tsinghua University IAF-SUAC International Student Workshop 10 June 2013

Tsinghua University IAF-SUAC International Student Workshop 10 June 2013

ONOOSA

 

 

 

The best student presentation will be awarded.

This workshop is free of charge and an informal dinner will be organised in a restaurant in Tsinghua University (self-funded by participants). 

Please send your abstracts and registration of interest to Ms Lisa Antoniadis, IAF Secretariat atlisa.antoniadis@iafastro.org by 10 June 2013

The selection will be announced by 28 June 2013.
Papers will be due by 31 August 2013.2

 

28 September 2013, in Tsinghua University, Beijing,

IASS Conference

You are a student and you missed the opportunity to present your research at the IAC 2013? Then the Tsinghua University IAF-SUAC International Student Workshop is an alternative.

 Tsinghua University and the International Astronautical Federation – Space University Administrative Committee (IAF-SUAC) are pleased to announce the call for papers for their International Student Workshop.

The workshop will be held on 28 September 2013, in Tsinghua University, Beijing, China in conjunction with the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) 23-27 September 2013 in CNCC, Beijing, China.

The workshop will consist of one plenary session with high-level speakers from Tsinghua University, IAF, IAF-SUAC and major space agencies to introduce the current space programmes and future plans; challenges faced and achievements obtained ; three technical sessions with the following topics:
  • Near earth orbit science and exploration projects with space station/lib and satellites;
  • Deep space sciences and exploration projects with lunar/mars rover and others;
  • Innovation in satellite/spacecraft technologies and applications;
One closing session with concluding remarks and the award of the best presentation, lunch and coffee-breaks.

The best student presentation will be awarded.

This workshop is free of charge and an informal dinner will be organised in a restaurant in Tsinghua University (self-funded by participants). 

Please send your abstracts and registration of interest to Ms Lisa Antoniadis, IAF Secretariat atlisa.antoniadis@iafastro.org by 10 June 2013

The selection will be announced by 28 June 2013.
Papers will be due by 31 August 2013.
The Mission Idea Contest (MIC),  Agosto 10 y Novimbre
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The Mission Idea Contest (MIC)
 was established last year to provide aerospace engineers, college students, consultants, and anybody interested in space with opportunities to present their creative ideas and gain attention internationally. The primary goal of MICs is to open a door to a new facet of space exploration and exploitation.

Development of micro/nano-satellites started as an educational and research program primarily at university laboratories. As the micro/nano-satellite technology matures, it has spread rapidly across the academics and industry for practical application.

Prior to the 3rd contest, the Pre-3rd Mission Idea Contest will be held in Japan in November 2013 as a match-making event for potential satellite users and developers.