SunCube Miniature Satellites




ASU’s SunCube FemtoSat will open space exploration to everyone, with launch costs as low as $3,000 for low-Earth orbit

SunCube standard, a new class of affordable miniature satellites for education, research and exploration.
Read more: Arizona State University
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