Do you think rocket science is only for the gifted ones? AstroMissions makes it easy to learn rocket science with an interactive approach.More
Satellites are inaccessible to the general of the population. AstroMissions let's you launch your own satellite with a click of a button.More
Spectacular videos and step-by-step instructions to operate the satellite simulator and its instruments.
Ready for rocket science? Watch the launch of a satellite and get to know the latest advancements in rocketry. Launch the satellite simulator and learn how to operate it.
Debunk this growing trend! Join us on a cosmic voyage that will take you into the edge of the observable universe. Take advantage of your satellite simulator to record a video of Earth and watch its curvature from space.
How does the GPS work? Learn more about Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and their operational principles. Track the GPS satellites that are flying above your satellite simulator.
Learning doesn't always need to be done with a pen and paper. AstroMissions has many educational videos that explain different subjects in interesting ways.
Knowledge is great, but sometimes students need more. AstroMissions unleashes everyone's potential and revitalizes their love for science.
Many instruments, real science, hours of fun.
The satellite can be visualized on a world map. This projection of position lets you know where the satellite is flying.
As simple as pressing a button.
The satellite simulator can be started with just a click. It is very easy!
After pressing the button, you can see the initialization of the satellite simulator.
Under the hood there's an orbital dynamics engine which provides realistic orbital data. The built-in engine provides representative space dynamics for the satellite.
The satellite simulator has instruments that allow you to execute actions. You can try the different instruments by following the instructions on the interactive missions.
The satellite simulator has many instruments which you can use.
Receive telemetry parameters from the satellite simulator and the instruments.
Execute actions with the instruments and receive multimedia videos, images, and others.
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