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AP, SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2020-07-16
15:00
Online Online [Special Talk] Recent Trends and Future Prospects for Nano-Satellites and Nano-Spacecraft
Shintaro Nakajima (JAXA) SAT2020-9
In recent years, the use of nano/micro-satellites has exploded, resulting in business development and scientific achieve... [more] SAT2020-9
pp.33-35
SANE 2019-01-25
16:05
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Construction of Development Environment for High Reliability and Development Efficiency of Nano Satellite Orbit Control Software
Yota Uehara, Shinichi Kimura (TUS) SANE2018-109
In recent years, requirement for micro satellites have diversified with the activation of micro satellite development, a... [more] SANE2018-109
pp.109-113
SANE 2014-10-22
10:40
Overseas Ramada Plaza Melaka, Malacca, Malaysia Preliminary Design of Nano-Satellite in ANGKASA for Demonstration Purpose
Syahrim Azhan Ibrahim, Sharizal Fadlie Sabri, Maszlan Ismail, Mohd Khairul Hisham Ismail (ANGKASA) SANE2014-67
At this time in Malaysia, participation of local researchers in the field of space technology is quite limited in satell... [more] SANE2014-67
pp.17-21
SANE 2014-06-19
11:00
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center, JAXA The checkout-operation result of OPUSAT "CosMoz"
Yohsuke NAmbu (Osaka Pref. Univ.) SANE2014-22
The paper describes the summary and check-out operation result of OPUSAT that is a nano-satellite developed by the stude... [more] SANE2014-22
pp.5-10
SANE 2012-10-11
15:20
Overseas The SONGDO CONVENSIA, Incheon Korea Development of a hold release mechanism of a panel structure for Nano-Satellite
Tatsuya Yoshino, Yuta Araki, Yasuyuki Miyazaki (Nihon Univ.) SANE2012-86
In recent years, Nano-Satellite which has various features is developed in each research institution. In this research, ... [more] SANE2012-86
pp.169-172
SANE 2012-10-11
15:40
Overseas The SONGDO CONVENSIA, Incheon Korea Proposal of SMA Opener for Inflatable Structure
Ryo Murata, Yuta Araki, Masahiko Yamazaki, Yasuyuki Miyazaki (Nihon Univ.), Kazuki Watanabe, Yu Oikawa (Wel Research) SANE2012-91
This paper proposes two concept of SMA (shape memory alloy) opener with low power consumption which opens the gas tank o... [more] SANE2012-91
pp.197-202
SANE 2012-06-29
13:25
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center, JAXA Mission of Piggy-back Satellite SPROUT Launched with ALOS-2
Masahiko Yamazaki, Nihon university Nano-satellite Development Project Team, Yasuyuki Miyazaki (Nihon Univ.) SANE2012-34
Nihon University's satellite SPROUT was selected for one of the piggy-back satellites of ALOS-2. SPROUT will conduct a m... [more] SANE2012-34
pp.77-81
SANE 2012-06-29
14:55
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center, JAXA A Development Status of the Attitude determination and Control System for An Astrometry Satellite Nano-JASMINE
Takayuki Hosonuma, Takaya Inamori (Tokyo University), Nobutada Sako (Shinshu University), Kensuke Shimizu, Yoshinori Mikawa, Jun'ichi Takisawa, Shinichi Nakasuka (Tokyo University) SANE2012-37
Intelligent Space Systems Laboratory (ISSL) University of Tokyo and National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) ha... [more] SANE2012-37
pp.93-98
SAT 2011-12-13
10:45
Aichi Nagoya University Angular Velocity Estimation Method of Nano-Satellite using Received Power Data of Two Locations
Ryosuke Hayasaka, Tatsuhiro Sato, Akihiro Nakao, Ryuichi Mitsuhashi, Masami Sasaki (Hokkaido Inst. of Tech.) SAT2011-55
In recent years,universities and private company actively launch a nano-satellite.
nano-satellite is satellite of 100 g... [more]
SAT2011-55
pp.99-104
SAT 2011-12-13
11:10
Aichi Nagoya University Estimation for Ballistic Coefficient of a Nano-Satellite HAYATO (KSAT) from Trajectory Data
Harunobu Yoshitake, Yasunori Gozawa, Toshinori Kimura, Masanori Nishio (Kagoshima Univ.) SAT2011-56
The ballistic coefficients of a nono-satellite at low altitude of less than 300 km are estimated from variations of sate... [more] SAT2011-56
pp.105-108
SANE 2010-06-25
16:30
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center (JAXA) [Special Talk] Towards new space development and utilization by nano-class small satellite consortium
Shinichi Nakasuka (Univ. of Tokyo.) SANE2010-49
Micro/Nano-satellites with less than 50kg have been recognized recently as new promising tools for space development and... [more] SANE2010-49
pp.201-206
SIP, CAS, CS 2010-03-01
09:00
Okinawa Hotel Breeze Bay Marina, Miyakojima Study on Propagation Characteristics and State Estimation of Air Vehicle by Received Power
Akihiro Nakao, Hironori Yasumoto, Ryosuke Hayasaka, Kenta Shiraishi, Tatsuhiro Sato, Ryuichi Mitsuhashi (Hokkaido Inst. of Tech.) CAS2009-78 SIP2009-123 CS2009-73
In recent years, many universities and private enterprises actively develop a nano-satellite. These satellites need atti... [more] CAS2009-78 SIP2009-123 CS2009-73
pp.1-6
SANE 2008-10-31
13:50
Kanagawa ISAS:Sagamihara campus (JAXA) Multi ground station systems for reception of micro satellite
Kyohei Takenami, Tatsuhiro Sato, Ryuichi Mitsuhashi, Hironori Yasumoto, Tsubasa Hatori (Hokkaido Institute of tech.), Toshihiko Yasunaka, Tsutomu Uematsu (Uematsu Electric) SANE2008-55
(To be available after the conference date) [more] SANE2008-55
pp.15-18
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2008-02-29
11:25
Ibaraki Kashima Space Research Center (NICT) [Invited Talk] The Current Status of the Development of Nano-Satellite SEEDS and SPROUT at Nihon University
Masahiko Yamazaki, Yuta Araki, Kosuke Arita, Yasuyuki Miyazaki, Kazuo Matsubara, Yoshitaka Nakamura (Nihon Univ) SANE2007-132 SAT2007-65
We had developed the first nano-satellite at Nihon University in September 2004. It named SEEDS (Space Engineering EDuca... [more] SANE2007-132 SAT2007-65
pp.39-44(SANE), pp.23-28(SAT)
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2008-02-29
13:30
Ibaraki Kashima Space Research Center (NICT) [Invited Talk] Development of Tokyo Tech Nano-Satellite Cute-1.7 + APD II
Kota Fujihashi, Kuniyuki Omagari, Ken Fujiwara, Yasumi Konda, Masaki Maeno, Youhei Tanaka, Tomio Yamanaka, Hiroki Ashida, Junichi Nishida, Takuro Ikeda, Shinichi Inagawa, Yoshiyuki Miura, Saburo Matunaga (Tokyo Tech) SANE2007-134 SAT2007-67
Cute-1.7 + APD II, the third nano-satellite of Laboratory for Space Systems at Tokyo Institute of Technology, was develo... [more] SANE2007-134 SAT2007-67
pp.49-54(SANE), pp.33-38(SAT)
AP, SAT
(Joint)
2006-05-18
16:20
Kagoshima Kagoshima Univ. [Special Talk] Development of Atmospheric Water Vapor Observation System with Nano Satellite
Masanori Nishio, Chikara Minamitake, Naoko Ariyoshi, Shigeru Yasuda (Kagoshima Univ.), Yuji Sakamoto (Tohoku Univ.) AP2006-16 SAT2006-7
Outline of a newly developed atmospheric water vapor observation system using LEO satellite beacons and results of evalu... [more] AP2006-16 SAT2006-7
pp.41-46(AP), pp.33-38(SAT)
SANE 2005-03-04
13:10
Overseas KARI, Daejeon, Korea Tokyo Tech Small Satellite Development Projects - "Cute 1.7" and "TSUBAME"
Katsutoshi Imai, Naoki Miyashita, Masafumi Iai, Kuniyuki Omagari, Masashi Asami, Wataru Miyazawa, Hideyuki Yabe, Kei Miyamoto, Takeshi Usuda, Ken Fujiwara, Shinji Masumoto, Saburo Matunaga (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.)
Laboratory for Space Systems at Tokyo Institute of Technology has been undertaking student-leading development of small-... [more] SANE2004-108
pp.43-48
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