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Basic Research on the Vertical Distribution of Air Quality Constituents in the Earth’s Atmosphere
BRITE - Austria Operations Phase II/B
BRITE - Austria Operations Phase III
The purpose of the BRITE-AUSTRIA / TUGSAT-1 project, funded by the Austrian Space Program, is the development of the first Austrian satellite. The scientific goal of this nanosatellite mission is the investigation of the brightness oscilla tions of massive luminous stars by differential photometry.
BRITE-AUSTRIA - Development, Test, Launch and Operations of the Nanosatellite TUGSAT-1/BRITE-Austria for Asteroseismology
In 2011 the TUGSAT-1/BRITE-Austria nanosatellite successfully completed its flight readiness review. The BRITE (BRIght Target Explorer) mission has the scientific aim to investigate the brightness variations of massive luminous stars with unprecedented precision.
The BRITE (BRIght Target Explorer) mission aims at the long-term investigation of the brightness variation of massive, luminous stars by differential photometry.
BRITE Constellation Data Collection and Analysis
BRITE-Constellation: Operations and Science
BRITE-Constellation: Science Exploitation and Operations
Feasibility study of a CubeSat mission for advanced telemetry, communications and signal monitoring
The main goal is to optimise the cost function of such a commercial ASIC component qualification for space use by understanding all technological constraints. The results enable us to guide and support a subcontractor, which is inexperienced in space technologies, due to its background in the terrestrial market.
Combined analysis of kinematic orbits and loading observations to determine mass redistribution
CASIMO2 is a seamless enhancement of the carrier monitoring system based on and driven by customer requirements concerning the implementation of DSP based polarization discrimination measurements combined with enhanced demodulation functionality and satellite performance measurements.
The project comprised the identification of existing technologies such as signal processors, general purpose microprocessors as well as ASICs and FPGAs, and the design of possible DSP architectures, two of which were evaluated in the course of the project.
Consolidation of the preliminary Coupled Dark State Magnetometer (CDSM) design for the European JUICE mission
Delivery, test and in space operation of the Coupled Dark State magnetometer in the frame of the Chinese CSES mission
The aim of this project was to raise the Technology Readiness Level (TRL) of a new type of scalar magnetometer called Coupled Dark State Magnetometer (CDSM). Advantages of the CDSM are the uncomplicated sensor design, the high dynamic range of more than 6 decades and the omni-directional measurement capability without additional design complexity.
In the frame of this project a feasibility study of a new type of scalar magnetometer called Coupled Dark State Magnetometer (CDSM) was carried out. It included the investigation of its technical readiness and scientific merit for space applications, the concept for a TRL 5 (component and/or breadboard validation in relevant environment) compliant design, a detailed investigation of key components as well as the identification of possible challenges for a reliable operation in space.