Personal Satellites Becoming More Feasible

Personal Satellites Becoming More Feasible

Smartphones and unconventional toy parts are the main components of these low cost devices.

Lisa Baldini
  • 10 august 2010

We recently wrote about engineer Song Hojun’s Open Source Satellite project that looks to provide consumers with cost effective personal satellite options. It seems as though affordable personal satellites are being researched and enlivened by a host of other inventors. Of most recent to note is NASA’s project to utilize smartphones and unconventional toy parts as the main components of these low cost satellites.

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