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Satellite

  • Categories Courses on-board
  • Duration 32h
  • Total Enrolled 1
  • Last Update April 14, 2022

Description

Be a pioneer to become a young researcher of Satellite, by learning to design your own satellite with Me & My Innovation Kit, launch it to the limited space and explore more about space from your ground station.

Course Overview:

Space is a mysterious and terrifying place! We humans, are one curious bunch! We always have to know more about the unknown! Of course, you cannot go on an excursion to space! You could travel in a space ship, but we are a lazy bunch too. So we send machines that revolve around the whole Earth and send us massive amount of data!

They are called Satellites! Are you ready to learn about them? If learning doesn’t interest you, let us tell you a secret; ‘Are you interested to, at least, make one!?’

Course Objective:

This course is designed to make students learn the Basics about Satellites and the science behind it. They get to know about a Satellite’s applications, setbacks and the difficulties one has to go through in the process of designing one.

Here comes the fun part. At the end of the course, they get to make their own working prototype of an Artificial CubeSatellite named The PropelSat.
After completing this course, students will have a complete understanding about how satellites work, details about the basic subsystems comprising them and what are all the key factors to be considered when launching a satellite into the orbit.

The next time they see an artificial satellite, students will be able to identify the parts and the purpose of their presence in the satellite.

Course Outcome:

After completion of this course, students will have a complete understanding about how satellites work, details about the basic subsystems comprising them and what are all the key factors to be considered when launching a satellite into the orbit.
The next time they see an artificial satellite, students will be able to identify the parts and the purpose of their presence in the satellite.

Above all, they get to make their own miniature prototype of an Artificial Satellite that monitors and displays the sensor values in real time.

Course Description:

This is a 62-hour course designed to expose students with knowledge about satellites in the most intuitive and interesting way possible. This course covers all the detail about satellites in a brief amount that is sufficient for students to get a clear idea, without overwhelming them with too much of intricate details.

The course is clearly explained with analogous references to the lessons taught in their school textbooks. The students are explicitly shown how the high-level concepts that are used in the space industry are actually derived from their 11th and 12th textbooks. This course serves as an inevitable proof of how our school curriculum lays foundation for anything spectacular that is achieved.

Course Modules:

Module 1 – Introduction to Space
Module 2 – Introduction to Gravity
Module 3 – Introduction to Satellites
Module 4 – Types of Satellites
Module 5 – Mechanism of Satellites
Module 6 – Subsystems of Satellites
Module 7 – CubeSats
Module 8 – NodeMCU
Module 9 – Making your own dashboard
Module 10 – Capstone Project ‘Making of the PropelSat’
Module 11 – Epilogue

Course Timeline:

Synchronous Learning – 10 hours
Asynchronous Learning – 12 hours
Learning Integration – 30 hours
Research – 10 hours
Total hours of Learning – 62 hours
Course duration – 30 Days

Topics for this course

36 Lessons32h

Satellite

Topics for the course

Module 1

Module 2

Module 3

Module 4

Module 5

Module 6

Module 7

Module 8

Module 9

Module 10

Module 11

Course Completion

15,999.00

Material Includes

  • Modules: 11
  • Live Session : 5

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