SSS1 and SSS2A Satellites launched successfully today 14th Oct 2021 at 1850 hrs Beijing time. Health status of satellites and launch snaps will be shared as soon as they are made available. Launch movie
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On the occasion of World Space Week, the Space Research Laboratory is holding a Webinar: "Space projects, from start to launch (introduction of required skills, entry and activity routes)"
Niki Sajjad, National Point of contact for Iran Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), will Speak in "An Inspiration Towards Young Specialists In Space Research" Webinar.
Title: Design of attitude controller for a remote sensing satellite in various imaging modes, with actuator fault tolerant and under-actuated conditions. By Mohammad Zarourati Supervisor: Dr. Mehran Mirshams Advisor: Dr. Morteza Tayefi Chairmen: Dr. Kamran Raissi Charmcani (Amirkabir University of Technology), Dr. Nima Assadian (Sharif University of Technology), Dr. Amirhossein Nikoofard (K. N. Toosi University of Technology), Dr. Abdolmajied Khoshnood (K. N. Toosi University of Technology) September 15, 2021
Mr. Nojoomi, an intern in the Space Research Laboratory, completed his internship project "Cold Gas Nozzle measurement stand" and passed its operational tests.
Brief Flight Readiness Review Meeting on APSCO Student Small Satellite (SSS) Project, 8-9 September 2021admin 2021-09-12T04:51:04+00:00
Iranian Space Agency, with the cooperation of Space Research Lab, is going to hold an event to empower the private sector in satellite propulsion and identify the related capacities and challenges. In addition to introducing technological demands and the capacity of the private sector technology firms to meet them, an empowerment course is going to hold for the firms with a focus on market knowledge, innovation management, standards, and tests.
APSCO, Iranian Space Agency, APSCO and SRL organized A Distance Training Course on " Micro-Satellite's Statistical Design Method" during August 23-26, 2021. More than 70 young specialists and students from 8 APSCO Member States countries have participated in this course. Micro-Satellite design method presented in this 4 days short course. More
SRL-SAT team, Space research lab's Student team, which have taken part in CubeSat competition. Won first place in the first round of the competition—congratulation to SRL-Sat team members.