On its first sol on the red planet, the mission sent home images of a dusty landscape, a lander selfie, and a wide shot of Mars from space.
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The 32-foot-tall rocket was developed to meet a growing demand for microsatellite launches.
Even Taylor Swift wants to get in on the ground floor of this CubeSat.
Arizona State University’s “SunCubes” are under 100g, making a launch affordable even for hobbyists.
Oxford Space Systems is developing materials for deployable structures that can fold without damage or creasing.
With the influx of CubeSats, lower Earth orbit is going to get very busy.
After a moment of radio silence, the Planetary Society’s test mission is back on track.
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