Classrooms Can Now Conduct Their Own Space Experiments

Classrooms Can Now Conduct Their Own Space Experiments
technology

Startup ArduSat builds open-source cube satellites that function off Arduino hardware

Leo Lutero
  • 5 june 2015

ArduSat, a contraction of “Arduino satellite,” has launched a program to re-ignite student interests in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The company provides satellite kits and resources to classrooms that allow students to build, code and run their projects both in earth and in orbit.

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