is a 3U CubeSat in-orbit technology demonstration mission performed together with Vilnius University.

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is one of the two first Lithuanian CubeSats launched to Space as well as one of the first European CubeSats launched from International Space Station on February 2014.

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NanoAvionics Moves Its Headquarters to Larger Facilities

“We have outgrown our former facilities,” says Vytenis Buzas, CEO of NanoAvionics. “In 2017 we experienced higher demands for small satellite products, accelerated our R&D projects and doubled the number of employees. Moving to the new premises, capable of accommodating higher-quality production, was a very natural next step for the whole company”.
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NanoAvionics to Empower SmallSats with Advanced Propulsion System

One of the leading providers of small satellite technology NanoAvionics has developed an innovative small satellite propulsion system which has passed extensive testing and qualification programs and is scheduled to have its in-orbit demonstration in May.
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Space Affordability Is The Intention Of This NanoAvionics & Kubos Partnership

NanoAvionics, a manufacturer of smallsat systems, has entered into an agreement with Kubos Corporation, an open source satellite software designer, to develop the software for their flight computers.
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Jeffrey Manber about LituanicaSAT-1

The team managed to achieve project objectives in very short timescale and with limited funding. The project received wide public attention in Lithuania and was covered by the space logistics company NanoRacks (USA) customer case study.

NanoRacks’ Managing Director Jeffrey Manber gave this exclusive interview for LituanicaSAT-1 team where he discusses the importance of the project to the small satellite community and Lithuania as a country.