– Neil Armstrong. First man on the moon
The AmbaSat Satellite Kit contains everything you need to build your very own space satellite. Together with the optional rocket launch package, your satellite will launch onboard a rocket into Low Earth Orbit (LEO) where it then spends up to a month in space.
A tiny, powerful 35 x 35 mm computer with gyro, radio comms, and sensors.
Up to 200 AmbaSats are secured within the CubeSat and then launched into space.
The Dashboard is your Mission Control. All sensor data arrives here from space.
Low Earth Orbit. One month in space. Tweet, record, analyse. It’s your spacecraft. You built it.
No prior knowledge needed. Assemble, code and boom! You’re AmbaSat is ready for Low Earth Orbit.
On the day: LIVE video feed of your AmbaSat launching into space. Telemetry data to your DASHBOARD.
Every AmbaSat Kit comes supplied with gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetometer sensors. These sensors come in the form of a single integrated chip. In addition, when you select your AmbaSat kit, you get the option to choose which type of additional sensor you would like to fit onto your satellite.
A fully calibrated, best-in-class temperature & humidity sensor
A digital temperature sensor with low power consumption
A 4-in-1 MEMS with gas, pressure, temperature & humidity
This sensor closely matches the photopic sensitivity of the human eye
This TVOC sensor contains a gas sense element and CMOS IC
A wide dynamic range UV sensor with excellent performance
Number of times per day around the earth
LoRaWAN radio communications (line of sight) range
Low Earth Orbit (LEO) altitude of approximately 300km
The Dashboard is at the heart of your Mission Control. Use it for testing, debugging and viewing telemetry from your satellite. You can also view data and graphs from your onboard sensors.
On rocket launch day, log in to your Dashboard to watch a live video stream of the rocket launch.
Access your Dashboard using any smartphone, tablet or PC.
The CubeSat can hold up to 200 AmbaSats and transports them into Low Earth Orbit (LEO)
At an altitude of about 300 km, the launcher and AmbaSats spend about one month in LEO
Over 20,000 radio ground stations spread right across the world listen for AmbaSat communications and telemetry
Get the low down on all the technical specifications, including full schematics for the mainboard, coding examples for each sensor and a full 80-page ‘How To’ guide on assembling your very own space satellite. Click on any of the links below to view full details!