OUFTI-2 exhibited at the International Astronautical Congress in Bremen
The CubeSat designed by ULiège students featured on the Belgian display of the most important congress dedicated to space exploration technologies.
OUFTI-2, the 2nd nanosatellite of the University of Liège (ULiège), was on display on the Belgian Space exhibit at the 69th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), in Bremen, Germany, from 1 to 5 Oct 2018, sitting among the best of space technology that Belgium has to offer.
The IAC is the world's most important congress dedicated to space exploration. Five students from the Department of Electricity, Electronics, and Informatics (Institut Montefiore) from ULiège, and one from HEPL-ISIL, are hard at work to complete the CubeSat by June 2019.
The nanosatellite on display is the real engineering model (EM), populated with 3D printed components.
Picture © ULiège - Jacques Verly