Space is at the verge of a paradigm change. Earlier, mostly larger space agencies or international organizations were able to launch spacecraft. Today, the less expensive access to space increases the number of spacecraft, space-faring interest groups, and space-based research fields. The Science with CubeSats session emphasizes this new trend and highlights the possibilities and science objectives that can be achieved by small dedicated spacecraft, which can be built faster and in a more cost-efficient way than larger missions. These CubeSat missions can be either standalone or complementary to larger missions. The session solicits abstracts related to science onboard past, current or future CubeSats missions. We also solicit abstracts related to miniaturized instrument designs that can be accommodated on CubeSats as well as abstracts related to technologies and subsystems that enable science with CubeSats.

Co-organized as AS5.14/GI3.18
Convener: Minna Palmroth | Co-conveners: Lauren Blum, Martin Kaufmann, Friedhelm Olschewski, Jaan Praks
| Tue, 09 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Room 2.44
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Hall X4

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X4

Chairperson: Martin Kaufmann
X4.185 |
Philipp Oleynik, Rami Vainio, Jan Gieseler, Hannu-Pekka Hedman, Heli Hietala, Edward Haeggström, Petri Niemelä, Juhani Peltonen, Jarkko Pesonen, Jaan Praks, Arttu Punkkinen, Risto Punkkinen, and Tero Säntti
X4.187 |
| presentation
Tom Neubert, Heinz Rongen, Egon Zimmermann, Martin Kaufmann, Friedhelm Olschewski, and Stefan van Waasen
X4.188 |
Friedhelm Olschewski, Martin Kaufmann, Klaus Mantel, Tom Neubert, Heinz Rongen, Martin Riese, and Ralf Koppmann
X4.189 |
Shri Kanekal, Lauren Blum, Eric Christian, Mihir Desai, Ashley Greeley, Stefano Livi, Keiichi Ogasawara, Nikolaos Paschalidis, Quintin Schiller, and David Sibeck