CanSat


ARLISS|Noshiro Space Event

“CanSat” is “simulated” satellite of 350ml juice cans size. Some empty juice cans mounted with battery, microcomputer, communication device, sensor, GPS, is launch using a small rocket. It performs data acquisition and communication experiments while it is falling to the ground.


ARLISS

A Rocket Launch for International Student Satellites

Suborbital experiments of 350ml can sized satellites (CanSats) and rovers to train young engineers.
CanSats/rovers are released from amateur rockets (launched by Aeropac) and it has to reach a designated point autonomously using ground or air-locomotion. 
UNISEC supports Japanese laboratories/organisations to design and develop CanSats and to participate in ARLISS launch opportunities.


Previous Competitions



ARLISS 2016

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18th ARLISS competition was held in September 11-16, 2016.
19 teams from all over the world participated in the event, 13 from Japan, 2 from Korea, 2 from US, 1 from Egypt, and 1 from Peru. The competition was held in cooperation with AeroPac in Black Rock Desert of Nevada, USA.

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ARLISS 2015

17th ARLISS competition was held in 2015.
33 teams from all over the world participated in the event, 17 from Japan, 4 from Korea, 8 from US, 2 from Egypt, and 2 from Peru. The competition was held in cooperation with AeroPac in Black Rock Desert of Nevada, USA.

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ARLISS 2014

UNISEC supported the Japanese labs and organizations for their participation in the ARLISS competition 2014, held on Sep 8-12, in Nevada, USA.

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ARLISS 2013

UNISEC supported the Japanese labs and organizations for their participation in the ARLISS competition 2013, held on Sep 9-13, in Nevada, USA.
ARLISS Homepage

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ARLISS 2012

UNISEC supported the Japanese labs and organizations for their participation in the ARLISS competition 2012, held on Sep 10-14, in Nevada, USA.
ARLISS Homepage

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Noshiro Space Event

CanSat launch demonstration experiment



Noshiro Space Event

Twelth Noshiro Space Event was held from Aug 17, 2016 to Aug 26, 2016.

Table of contents

  1. Outline
  2. Schedule of the event
  3. Preparation
  4. Networking event
  5. Opening ceremony
  6. Public open day
  7. CanSat competition
  8. Hybrid rocket launch experiment
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