Definitions

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  • noun A standard, low-cost, miniature satellite format.

Etymologies

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From cube and satellite.

Examples

  • The idea is to have a system that's capable of launching a very small satellite called a CubeSat that is used by university researchers and others for a wide range of applications, including earthquake research.

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  • The idea is to have a system that's capable of launching a very small satellite called a CubeSat that is used by university researchers and others for a wide range of applications, including earthquake research.

    To Spur Innovation, Offer Millions In Cash Prizes

  • The idea is to have a system that's capable of launching a very small satellite called a CubeSat that is used by university researchers and others for a wide range of applications, including earthquake research.

    To Spur Innovation, Offer Millions In Cash Prizes

  • The idea is to have a system that's capable of launching a very small satellite called a CubeSat that is used by university researchers and others for a wide range of applications, including earthquake research.

    To Spur Innovation, Offer Millions In Cash Prizes

  • As the name implies, a CubeSat is a cube-shaped satellite having the diminutive dimensions of 4×4x4 inches 10×10x10 centimeters.

    Announcing Cubesats: Ultra Tiny Satellites | Impact Lab

  • RAX is a three-unit CubeSat, which is three times the length of a standard CubeSat.

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  • The previous low-access route to space was the CubeSat, which is still an active and viable program.

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  • The new project will be based on a micro-satellite technology known as CubeSat that was developed to give universities access to space.

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  • The new project will be based on a micro-satellite technology known as CubeSat that was developed to give universities access to space.

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  • Stuff like a tiny satellite known as a CubeSat - a 4-by-4-by-4-inch object, weighing about two pounds, that the students are building in one corner of a campus lab.

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