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  1. Introduction of software and its capabilities, software installation on OS and its implementation
  2. How to create a scenario and set its parameters (time definition, animation, etc.)
  3. Familiarity with the menus of the software and its applications
  4. Introduction of objects within a scenario and how to add them to the scenario
  5. Define extensions required for different objects in scenarios
  6. Set the attitude of the satellite and its type of stability
  7. Preparation of TLE report and analysis of satellite lifetime
  8. Introduction of the 3D and two-dimensional environment of the software and its settings
  9. Analysis of orbits (LEO, MEO, HEO, GEO)
  10. Provide diverse reports of the scenario, such as satellite position and attitude
  11. Estimate the power generated by solar panels
  12. Use the satellite model in the scenario
  13. Analyze the effects of climate and space environment on the scenario
  14. GIS settings and how to put Ups and downs on the lands


  1. Estimate the distance and definition of the coordinate system, reference plane and vector types in the scenario
  2. Reviewing the objects access to each other and coverage levels
  3. Definition of the elements of coverage, quality.
  4. Application of Astrogator in the design and analysis of space missions
  5. Designing transfer maneuvers, interpolation, orbit correction, interplanetary trajectories and their analysis
  6. Defining the chain, the constellation and its application, such as GPS, Iridium and …
  7. Define the Communication object and how to use it
  8. Application of AdvCAT in space missions
  9. How to connect STK to other software like MATLAB
  10. Application of HTML in scenario presentation


  1. Introduction
  2. History of Space Industry
  3. Segmentation of space vehicles
  4. Space system and its structure
  5. Space environment
  6. Remote sensing satellites
  7. Navigation satellites
  8. Telecommunication satellite
  9. Space Launchers
  10. Ground stations


  1. A review history of the formation of space activities and related theories
  2. Division of space systems and acquaintance with space segments
  3. The functional environment of space systems and its effects on systems
  4. System engineering principles in space systems
  5. Extract functional and technical specifications of space systems based on statistical models
  6. Telecommunications and information exchange on space systems
  7. Selected topics in the dynamics of space orbits
  8. Attitude control and stability subsystem in space systems
  9. Thermal control subsystem in space systems
  10. Power subsystem for space systems
  11. Structures and configuration of space systems


  1. Introduction
  2. Introduction of ground stations of space systems and their components
  3. Ground station of remote sensing system
  4. Guidance ground system
  5. Ground system of Image data acquisition and processing
  6. Ground control center
  7. Methodology for satellite control and guidance during flight
  8. External shadow of the ground control center
  9. Algorithm for establishing a satellite flight control center
  10. Introducing the virtual simulator of the ground control station
  11. Practical work


  1. Basic definitions and technical terminology
  2. Coordinate systems in space
  3. Rigid body dynamics
  4. Disturbance moments in space
  5. Types of attitude control methods
  6. Actuators
  7. Sensors
  8. Attitude control and stability
  9. Design process of attitude determination and control
  10. Introducing the hardware in loop simulator of the flight dynamics loop and attitude control of space systems
  11. Hardware in the loop (HIL)

  1. Introduction and needs assessment
  2. The thermal environment of the spacecraft
  3. Heat loads in space
  4. Temperature ranges
  5. Temperature control methods (active/inactive)
  6. Temperature control subsystem and its components
  7. Temperature control subsystem design
  8. Modeling of thermal loads
  9. Thermal Analysis of the Space System
  10. Determine/change the passive thermal control elements
  11. Use of active thermal control
  12. Satellite thermal modeling software

  1. Introduction of the power supply subsystem (types, tasks, applications)
  2. Presentation of satellite power supply subsystem design method
  3. Designing a power supply subsystem of a typical satellite

  1. Telecommunication architecture
  2. Data rates
  3. Designing a link
  4. Estimation of communication payload
  5. Summing up
  6. Introduction of Nasir-1 Ground Station
  7. Practical work at the station

  1. Introduction
  2. Newton’s law of universal gravitation
  3. Two-body problem
  4. Extracting the equations of motion
  5. Types of space orbits
  6. Space parameters
  7. Extracting orbital parameters
  8. Division of orbits
  9. Orbital disturbances
  10. Special space orbits
  11. Other orbital dynamic issues
  12. Introduction of STK software
  13. Practical work with software

  1. Introduction
  2. Introduction of different types of tests
    2.1 Development tests
    2.2 Qualification tests
    2.3 Acceptance tests
    2.4 Flight tests
    2.5 Pre-Flight tests
    2.6 Orbital tests
    2.7 Post-Flight tests
  3. Levels of qualification tests
    3.1 Qualification test at equipment level
    3.2 Qualification test at subsystem level
    3.3 Qualification test at component level
    3.4 Qualification test at system level
  4. Diversity of qualification test at equipment level
    4.1 Test equipments
    4.2 The process of running tests
    4.3 Types of tests

  1. Introduction
  2. Division of the functional environment of spacecrafts
  3. Operating environment before operation
  4. The environment and its effects during the launch
  5. The environment after the operation of the spacecraft
  6. Space Environment (solar winds, space debris, cosmic radiation)
  7. The Earth’s atmosphere and its effects on the design and construction of the spacecraft
  8. Gravity of the Earth
  9. Magnetic field
  10. Solar system planets

Contact Info

Space Research Laboratory, Aerospace Engineering Faculty, K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Daneshgah Blvd., Ehsan Exit, East Zeynoddin Highway, Tehran, Iran

Phone: +98 21 77334133

Fax: +98 21 73064234

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