A student built a satellite using AA batteries and a $20 microprocessor
College students built the satellite using AA batteries and a $20 microprocessor. At least $50 million is required to put any satellite into orbit.
But researchers and students from Brown University have succeeded in building a satellite using AA batteries and a $20 microprocessor.
Last year also, the university sent a satellite like Pauroti into space for less than 10,000 dollars. Now the name of the new satellite is Sbudinik.
The students also placed a 3D snail on the satellite, which was seen after going into 520 km orbit. Now the satellite is at an altitude of 470 km.
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