4th European CubeSat Symposium

The Open Mission Control team presented a poster at the 4th European CubeSat Symposium in Brussels, Belgium. The conference website is here:


AMSAT-UK supports the design and building of apparatus for future Oscar launches and user equipment:


The CCSDS is a multi-national forum for the development of communications and data systems standards for spaceflight:


FUNcube-1 is a complete educational single CubeSat project with the goal of enthusing and educating young people about radio, space, physics and electronics:


The main goal of GENSO is to realise a worldwide network of radio amateur and university ground stations to support the operations of university satellites: is a project to build an open source, open access Redundant Array of Inexpensive Ground Stations (RAIGS) to support CubeSat, PocketQub and other nanosatellite missions:


OpenSpace365 is one of the myPocketQub 442 pocketPayloads. This is your opportunity to write a software program and run it on a satellite orbiting the Earth:

RAL Space

RAL Space, based at STFC’s Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL), carries out an exciting range of world-class space research and technology development:

SpaceOps 2012

The Open Mission Control team gave a presentation and wrote a conference paper for SpaceOps 2012 in Stockholm, Sweden. The conference website is here:


SEDS is the world’s largest space student association. UKSEDS is the British chapter of SEDS and is an independent student organisation that carries out hands on space projects, organises conferences, industry visits and networking opportunities for students at universities, schools and in industry:


UKube-1 is the first United Kingdom CubeSat:

United Kingdom Space Agency

The UK Space Agency is an executive agency of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) and is at the heart of UK efforts to explore and benefit from space:


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