In Fall 2019, we achieved a couple of key milestones for the Brown Space Engineering team. Our R&D team pivoted to amateur rocketry and we settled into a new workroom. We formally presented research from EQUiSat, continued monitoring the satellite, elected a new generation of leaders, and most importantly, submitted the launch […]

An assembled EQUiSat posing for the camera before heading off to testing. A lot has happened in the past semester at Brown’s fledgling space program. Since our last newsletter, we’ve put together EQUiSat, performed comprehensive vibration testing on the assembly, and launched our first high altitude balloon with a 360-degree [...]

PROVIDENCE, RI, 02/01/17 — Brown Space Engineering (BSE), a team of Brown University undergraduate students, is very excited to announce that our first satellite, EQUiSat, will be launched to and deployed from the International Space Station (ISS) in early 2018 as part of the ELaNa-23 mission. In 2014, we received […]