First Israeli Research Nanosatellite Launched into Space From India

Feb 15, 2017
breakingisraelnews.com
The Israeli nanosatellite will study climate change and scientific phenomena from space. The BGUSAT, which is a little bit larger than a milk carton, was developed by Ben Gurion University (BGU) in collaboration with the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Space. Weighing just five kilograms, the BGUSAT is outfitted with innovative new cameras that can detect climate phenomena and a guidance system that lets the operators choose the areas to shoot and research through a dedicated ground station at BGU. read more…