Introducing F.A.T.E (First Aster Team Experiment): Unveiling the Mysteries of Space
Get ready to witness the dawn of a remarkable era in space exploration with F.A.T.E, the First Aster Team Experiment. We are proud to announce our inaugural payload, FENIX, First Eindhoven-university Near-orbit Irradiance eXperiment. Its primary objective is to revolutionize the measurement of radiation intensity in the space environment using a unique approach.
Equipped with an SRAM memory card and a conventional Geiger counter, FENIX will validate radiation measurements in a novel and precise way. But that’s not all – our compact payload will also house a range of additional cutting-edge components. From shock and vibration sensors to an accelerometer and a clock, FENIX is poised to capture valuable data on various environmental conditions, all packed within a small box measuring only 10x10x5 cm. This ambitious mission represents the collective effort and expertise of our dedicated team, who have diligently crafted every aspect of this prototype from the ground up.
In the coming months, FENIX will journey into the depths of space. As we prepare for this historic launch, we invite you to stay tuned for further updates on this extraordinary mission and join us in unraveling the mysteries of the universe.