SRL members celebrated Dr. Mirshams’ birthday on this very special day! They all wish him a splendid year filled with happiness, health, and success. Happy Birthday Dr. Mirshams! We are so grateful for getting a chance to work under your supervision ❤️
Niki Sajjad and Morteza Abbasi have participated in different JWST live streams programs at Galactic guests Adib astronomy center as space systems specialists.
Abstract: The Satellite industry sector is going through continuous innovation since its inception in 1960s.With advancement in technology, in the space communication ecosystem we are experiencing rapid advancement. The 4th industrial revolution has started, it requires more robust and advance communication platforms to support our ambition of “Be Connected anywhere, anytime”. Various reports indicate Tens of Billion devices need to be connected over the next several years. New technological involvement requires real-time or near to real-time responses, which in turn requires much lower latency than the traditional 700ms of satellite network in Geostationary Earth Orbits (GEO). Consequently, we notice lots [...]
Unfortunately, After the presentation of the MIL phase And unlike team member's Effort in this phase and their good result on MIL, They could not reach an agreement with the competition officials to build an engineering model.Best wishes and luck to SRLSAT team members for their subsequent adventure in their life.✌️
Dr. Mahdi Jafari, Morteza Abbasi, and Abbas Rezaiee S.R.L. members have taken part in a webinar in the corporation of S.R.L. and the Aerospace scientific association of K.N.T. university. Students asked their questions and discussed the space engineering field and challenges in this area.
Title: Attitude Path Design and Control of SSS-1 Satellite.By Mohammad ZarouratiSupervisor: Dr. Mehran MirshamsAdvisor: Dr. Morteza TayefiChairmen: Dr. Abdolmajied Khoshnood (K. N. Toosi University of Technology)December 19, 2021
The Space Research Laboratory team has participated in the Global Satellite Tracking initiative, a competition launched by SGAC in collaboration with SatNOGS. Our team has made it to the interview phase! The SatNOGS project aims to build a global network of satellite ground stations. It is designed as an open source participatory project based on the users operating a ground station that is accessed via a web page for all of the network users. We hope to be selected as the first SatNOGS node in Iran!
A group of freshmen had a short visit to Space Research Lab. SRL executive manager Mr. Morteza Abbasi introduced the current Lab's research titles and showed them some of the student teams' outcomes.
The APSCO SSS-1 and SSS-2A were successfully launched on 14 October, and the satellites are performing early operation procedures normally. APSCO has organized an on-line technical meeting on 25th October (Monday) to report the launching and preliminary operation status of the 2 satellites as well as to discuss the technical details for the satellite and ground station interface, and operation plan. The Project members and the technical experts have participated in the meeting.