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Biological investigations using a triple-cubesat
The University of Manitoba Space Applications and Technology Society is a student cluster collaborating in the Canadian Satellite Style Challenge (CSDC). For the 2012-14 iteration of the CSDC, a numerous team of undergraduate and graduate students worked together to develop TSAT2, a triple-cube nanosatellite weighing below 4 kg. This satellite contains a biological payload with the purpose of exploring the survivability of tardigrades in low Earth orbit. Through participation within the CSDC, student members developed skills not included in their respective curriculums and have become better ready for his or her careers in trade and academia.
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