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Power Demand Evaluation for a Micro Satellite (BayernSat)
Course of study
relatore Andrenucci, Mariano
- Power Demand Evaluation
- Micro Satellite (BayernSat)
Graduation session start date
The present work was conducted between October 2003 and May 2004 at the Institute of Astronautics (Lehrstuhl für Raumfharttechnik), Technical University of Munich (TUM). It aims to providing first estimate on power consumption and total mass of BayernSat. BayernSat is a new micro satellite at the present under development at the Institute of Astronautics, TUM. It’s part of the initiative “Promotion of aerospace locations in Bavaria” by the Bavarian State Ministry of Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, T ransport and T echnology . BayernSat develops and tests innovative, compact space technology, in fact it aims be a technology demonstrator for telepresence operations in space. It also houses a video camera, which will broadcast real-time live video of earth to ground TV stations and Internet via geostationary satellites so that everybody can have a real-time look at the blue planet. Selected Internet users will be allowed to control the camera’s view and zoom in and out interactively by using a joystick or keyboard. BayernSat shall be launched in the end of 2006 begin of 2007.
The thesis is not available as per the author’s request.