The announcement of the date for the launch of the Nano Satellite space in three countries of Bangladesh has been announced. BRAC Innbase launches the satellite satellite of Bangladesh from Kennedy Space Station at 3:55 am on June 2, in Bangladesh.
Today, three students who created the Nano satellite from Japan, Raihana Shams Islam Antara and Abdulla Hill Kafi confirmed the information in the first light.
Raihana Shams Islam said, ‘BRAC Anbha’ will be set in orbit in two steps. Firstly, it will be launched from the US Kennedy Space Center on June 2. In the next step, Astronauts will throw it in orbit from the International Space Station (ISS).
Abdulla Hill Kafi said, “After six months, necessary things were sent for the astronauts of the International Space Station. This cargo (CRS 11) mission is going to be our nano satellites.
The design of nano satellites, the collection of materials, and the fabrication-all done by the three students of Bangladesh. They are Raihana Shams Islam Antara, Abdulla Hill Kafi and Maisun Ibn Monowar. All three are graduates of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) from BRAC University.
Japan’s Kyushu Institute of Technology (kyutak) is also in the post-graduate study of these Nanosite satellites. Kurtak’s ‘Birds Project’ has added new dimensions to their reading. Nano satellites are built for the LDCs through this project. Although the name of the project is ‘Birds’, the name of the Bangladeshi satellite is named ‘BRAC Unknown’. This satellite was built with the help of BRAC University funding and Kuitak Education and Technology. Its length, width and height are 10 centimeters. The weight of the satellite is about one kilogram.