Want to send your own experiments into space? This tiny satellite will help you!- Watch

If you are a space enthusiast and planning to built a your own low cost space-bound satellite, then here is a great news for you!

Last Updated: Jun 25, 2016, 21:23 PM IST
Want to send your own experiments into space? This tiny satellite will help you!- Watch
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New Delhi: If you are a space enthusiast and planning to built a your own low cost space-bound satellite, then here is a great news for you!

Scientists at Arizona university have developed a tiny satellite- the size of a matchbox- that will drastically the cut cost of highly expensive space missions in near future.

This concept is developed under SunCube platform and the name of the tiny yet affordable satellite is Femosat.

According to Wired reports, any typical satellite launch will cost between US$60-70,000 per kilo but the SunCube team says that Femosat launch to International Space Station would cost closer to $1,000 only.

Weighing just 35 grams, the team is planning to use this satellite as a part of a 'constellation of spacecraft'.

Watch the story of the Femosat project in the video below:

(Video credits: Futurism/Facebook)