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👉 Lowered barriers to entry and new competitive advantages are now available to South American industry, made possible through cutting-edge innovations provided by global industry and academic partners for satellite environments testing and analysis.



This virtual event is designed for engineering professionals, researchers, and academics in the South American space industry, who are keen to learn about the latest advancements in environmental testing for spacecraft and satellite technologies.



📌 Universidad Nacional de San Martín and the South American Space Industry 



🗣️ Gabriel Andres Sanca



📌 New Proven Methods for Satellite Launch Certification to Lower Barriers to Entry



🗣️ Alex Carrella



📌 Ensuring Mission-Critical Spacecraft Performance Through Experimentation



🗣️ Al Prosuk & Chris Sensor



📆 Jueves, 11 Julio 15:00-16:30 hs


Modalidad: virtual


Inscripción previa. Regístrate en el QR.





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🚀 Our friend Stephen Durrant at the European Space Agency - ESA shared fascinating insights in this article about the incredible work we did alongside the Orion and European Service Module teams. 



Ensuring that the #ISS astronauts sharing the same building as the #Orion module itself (the Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building) got enough sound sleep prior to their launch was an interesting Assembly, Integration & Test (AI&T) requirement to work around... Waking up our neighbors would have been bad! 🤫👩‍🚀👨‍🚀 



The teams conducted acoustic tests involving a range of frequencies from 25Hz to 10,000Hz, generating a remarkable 140dB of noise! 



The power behind this test was astounding: 110 subwoofers driven by a massive 8500-watt amplifier, totaling nearly 1 million watts just for the subs! 



The mid/high speakers add another 3 million watts, all powered by a 1 MegaWatt generator. 



Talk about some serious #DFAT hardware! 😎 



Check out the full story and more details here: https://lnkd.in/gFTyhdKn 



🔊 Here's a photo from the DFAT testing at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. Credit: NASA.



11 de julio de 2024 a las 15:00 horas (Hora de Buenos Aires) 🔊🔊🚀🛰🌖 



Únase a nosotros en un interesante seminario web virtual sobre el potencial del ecosistema espacial sudamericano para competir en la carrera espacial global. Conozca las innovaciones de vanguardia en pruebas y análisis de entornos satelitales, respaldadas por socios académicos y de la industria global. Este evento está diseñado para profesionales de la ingeniería, investigadores y académicos deseosos de descubrir los últimos avances en tecnologías de naves espaciales y satélites.



El Dr. Gabriel A. Sança presentará la Universidad Nacional de San Martín y discutirá la evolución de la industria espacial en América del Sur. El Dr. Alessandro Carrella explorará los beneficios de las pruebas acústicas de campo directo (DFAT) sobre los métodos tradicionales. Los expertos de Siemens DI SW (Al Prosuk) destacarán las tecnologías más modernas para garantizar el rendimiento de las naves espaciales mediante pruebas experimentales. Este seminario web interactivo en vivo concluirá con una sesión de preguntas y respuestas.



¡Reserve su lugar hoy para mantenerse a la vanguardia de las pruebas de entornos satelitales y explorar los avances tecnológicos ahora disponibles para la industria espacial sudamericana!



👉 Regístrate: https://lnkd.in/g2N9tYAe



Attention #SouthAmerica! July 11, 2024 at 3:00 PM (Buenos Aires Time)



Join us for an insightful virtual webinar on the South American space ecosystem's potential to compete in the global space race. Learn about cutting-edge innovations in satellite environments testing and analysis, supported by global industry and academic partners. This event is designed for engineering professionals, researchers, and academics eager to discover the latest advancements in spacecraft and satellite technologies.




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