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vol 62 / November, 2019
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DOI 10.17586/0021-3454-2018-61-8-685-691

UDC 629.78.015.7

EXPERIENCE IN DEVELOPING ON-BOARD SYSTEMS FOR PROTOTYPES OF MICRO-SATELLITES IN THE FRAMES OF INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

A. V. Nebylov
St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, International Institute for Advanced Aerospace; Head of Institute


V. V. Perliouk
St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Department of Aerospace Measuring and Computing Complexes; Associate Professor


H. Xiaoyang
Schenjan Polytechnical University, Department of Control Systems; Professor


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Abstract. The complex of scientific and educational activities aimed at increasing the motivation of modern youth to engage in technical creativity in the aerospace field is analyzed. Special attention is paid to the forms of organization of work with young people, contributing to the involvement of talented students in the work on promising research projects in satellite and rocket engineering. Experience of the European Space Agency and NAROM (Norwegian National Center for Space Education) involving multilevel training of specialists is described. Results and plans of deploying multi-level training of specialists in Russia are also examined. The achievements of the St. Petersburg University of Aerospace Instrumentation in cooperation with industrial enterprises and organizations engaged in the development of modern technologies for space probing in the field of student and innovative projects of the Earth monitoring from space, the development and construction of microsatellites are discussed. The experience in participation in international youth competitions CANSAT and the organization of similar competitions in Russia are noted.
Keywords: CANSAT microsatellite model, training missile, microsatellite instrumentation, ground receiving station

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