Industries and institutions partners
KTH Space Center coordinates and promotes space-related activity at several KTH departments, with an overarching objective of establishing KTH as a “Space University” and a hub for Swedish space research and technology.
Giron Space Organisation is a student organisation at Luleå University of Technology (LTU). The purpose of the organisation is to provide an overarching structure for the space-related student projects at LTU, and to support them in their current and future endeavors.
Astronomisk Ungdom is a non-profit youth association with the aim of promoting interest in astronomy and space travel among young people in Sweden.
SLURP is the student association for space engineering students at Luleå University of Technology (LTU).
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Projects and Teams
Project “Green Raven” is student-lead applied research effort for an unmanned aerial vehicle technology platform combining
net-zero emissions and aerodynamic efficiency.
The actual goal is to build an hybrid-electrical UAV powered by a hydrogen fuel cell.
MIST is a professionally-run student project promoted by KTH Space Center, led by Sven Grahn. It is supported by Swedish companies, universities and by the Swedish Institute of Space Physics.
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AESIR is a KTH student rocketry association that involves around 40 members every year. Two hybrid rockets have been launched already and a third one, called “Mjollnir”, is on its way to be launched very soon,
with the goal of reaching 10+ km for the first time!
Maribot Kungfiskare is a student applied project emphasizes on an amphibious vertical take-off and landing drone.
The project consists of multidisciplinary aspects, for example
aerodynamics, flight mechanics, robotics.
The REXUS/BEXUS is a German-Swedish student programme. The experiment would be launched in the REXUS 30 sounding rocket to an altitude of about 80 km in the upper atmosphere. The objective is a technology demonstration, in which we will deploy a 2 meter long boom in low gravity conditions from an ejected CubeSat. The main scientific objective is to measure the magnitude of Earth’s magnetic field using the magnetometers which will be placed on the deployed boom, hence the name B2D2 Bi-stable Boom Dynamic Deployment.
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