Want to be part of a satellite mission?

The Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) will be launching a CubeSat satellite for remote sensing applications in 2022, under the SpaceCube mission! DSTA invites students to sign up for an exclusive chance to participate in various segments of the SpaceCube mission to get hands-on experience in satellite development, as well as development of algorithms and apps related to satellite data.

Join us at the SpaceCube Panel Discussion on 4 July 2020 (morning), as part of the BrainHack experience! This live discussion features a panel of experts from industry and academia in space. Hear their insights and experience in space-related technologies, the space industry, and exclusive information about the SpaceCube mission, via online streaming. Stay tuned for more details!

In the meantime, check out the learning resources on our site here.

The panel discussion is open to all full-time students and teachers from local secondary schools, junior colleges, Integrated Programme schools, Institutes of Technical Education, polytechnics and universities (undergraduates), as well as all BrainHack 2020 participants.

Registration has closed. Successful registrants will be notified via email by 5 June 2020.