BIRDS Newsletter Issue No.36

Contents of issue No. 36

  1. Dr Werner Balogh arrives at Kyutech to teach a course on space law and policy for engineers
  2. Kyutech SEIC: where the students come from
  3. Call for papers: RAST 2019 in Turkey
  4. End-of-2018 message received from DOST of the Philippines
  5. Mission board contest of PBL – winner will fly aboard BIRDS-4
  6. Kyutech as No. 1 in the world: Top academic operator of small satellites
  7. IAF Abstract Mentor Programme
  8. New Year Greetings from Nepal
  9. Olayinka's World – Column #6
  10. Global satellite launches: the past and the future
  11. Season’s Greetings from the JAXA Office in Bangkok
  12. Season’s Greetings from AEP
  13. Evolution of Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS)
  14. An introduction to the beauty of Kyushu Island – why it is worth touring
  15. Prof. Tsolmon (National Univ. of Mongolia) gave lecture on remote sensing
  16. Second African Space Generation Workshop, 2018 . . . . . photos from Taiwo
  17. Reminder about the 70th International Astronautical Congress 2019, IAC in the USA
  18. JAXA video on recent CubeSat deployments from the ISS
  19. The second ground station workshop of Kyutech; and update on the BIRDS ground station network
  20. BIRDS-2: A report on APRS
  21. Kyutech President mentions BIRDS-2 in annual new year message
  22. Report from UiTM in Malaysia
  23. BIRDS-4: Reports by each member of the team
  24. Updates from the Philippines
  25. Kyutech receives Dominic Lunde, intern student from Cal Poly
  26. BIRDS-3: Monthly activities report
  27. BIRDS-3: Headlines of NepaliSat-1 in Nepalese Medias
  28. BIRDS-3: Satellite communication test using flight models
  29. BIRDS-3: FM Inhibit Check
  30. BIRDS-3: FM (flight model) antenna tuning
  31. Aoba VELOX-IV launched successfully by JAXA

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