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Launch Fundamentals for Cubesat Missions

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Launch Fundamentals for Cubesat Missions

This webinar training familiarizes entreprenuers, students, and researchers with launch fundamentals for cubesat missions. The training will cover topics ranging from regulatory requirements, spectrum allocation, export control, operating permits, ground station networks, and launch provider options and considerations.

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Presented by: Lawrence Reeves


Lawrence has worked in Canadian space industry for over 20 years, currently with his own company, Geocentrix Technologies, Ltd., and previously with UrtheCast and MDA (now Maxar). He has worked on a variety of missions (including RADARSAT-2, RapidEye, Sapphire, NEOSSat, and the UrtheCast cameras on the ISS) conducting orbit selection and analysis, power budgets, propulsion budgets, coverage and data throughput analyses, imaging-planning software, and launch contract management.


Lawrence is the manager of the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge, a Canada-wide cubesat design competition, and was previously a Director of the Artificial Reef Society of B.C., a group which has sunk eight ships and a Boeing 737 in the coastal waters of B.C. to create marine life habitat.


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