Our 6U CubeSat structure is lightweight and robust. Manufactured with extreme precision from space-grade Aluminum alloys, the 6U structure is fully compliant with the CubeSat standard. The unique design of the structure allows for easy integration.What are CubeSats and how do they work?
CubeSats are a class of research spacecraft called nanosatellites. CubeSats are built to standard dimensions (Units or “U”) of 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm. They can be 1U, 2U, 3U, or 6U in size, and typically weigh less than 1.33 kg (3 lbs) per U. NASA's CubeSats are deployed from a Poly-Picosatellite Orbital Deployer, or P-POD.What is the CubeSat developers workshop?
The CubeSat Developers Workshop is an annual conference hosted by the Cal Poly CubeSat Laboratory at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. We currently plan to hold the 2022 conference in-person at the Cal Poly Performing Arts Center, as we have in years past.How much does it cost to launch a CubeSat?
Costs. CubeSat forms a cost-effective independent means of getting a payload into orbit. After delays from low-cost launchers such as Interorbital Systems, launch prices have been about $100,000 per unit, but newer operators are offering lower pricing.