Fwd: [uk-hackspaces] Makers in Space

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Richard Smedley

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Apr 30, 2014, 5:24:32 AM4/30/14
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I'm sure this will be of interest to some here. It was exciting enough 30 years ago, when I had my amateur radio licence [1], being able to send signals through satellites.

Now hackspaces can actually get involved in sending hardware into space. :)

   Richard

[1] GW6 PCB, in case anyone else was active then

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From: <frog...@nucleon.co.uk>
Date: 30 Apr 2014 08:35
Subject: [uk-hackspaces] Makers in Space
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Just a little reminder - as some of you will have seen references to this around the HacMan / Madlab / Mcr Space Programme exibits at last weekend's Maker Faire.

Makers in Space is a new informal network promoting the exchange of information between hobbyists, hacker/maker groups, and individual researchers, who have an interest in Space and all of its diverse technological, cultural, and scientific aspects.

The forum is at https://groups.google.com/group/makersinspace

Let's hack the cosmos...  ;-)

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Apr 30, 2014, 7:19:07 AM4/30/14
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A free Workshop is being held May 13 in Harwell for those interested in developing space hardware


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