Help Us Make Space For the People
We’ve just kicked off our second annual fundraising campaign! As our club grows larger than ever, so do our expenses. This year, our goal is to raise $5,000 so we can begin development of our new satellite (PVDX), continue to deploy high-altitude balloons, and expand our outreach program. Though we still want to keep future missions low-cost and DIY, we need to be able to reliably manufacture complicated electronics and other components. Getting advanced tools such as a new oscilloscope or finer drill bits and having a state of the art electronics workbench would allow us to develop much more reliable and durable spacecraft.
Buy us coffee
Fund a week of outreach
Machine shop training
Launch a new balloon
Build a complete EQUiSat
Support the club for years
The Brown Space Engineering Team has over 75 members building a small satellite, launching high altitude balloons, and teaching in the Providence community. For nearly six years, these Brown undergraduate students have been developing a satellite the size of a tissue box that will redefine how we interact with space. Launching this spring, we are excited to see our work pay off and move on to new, exciting projects. As an entirely student-run organization, we need your help to help fund our growth and help us carry out our mission of increasing the accessibility of space.