CubeSats are miniature cube-shaped satellites that help students gain engineering experience in larger models, which are traditionally expensive to build and launch. CubeSats are roughly the size of a melon.
In the program’s next level, Lebanese students and engineers will build a brand new ground-receiving station and create a research and development unit at CNRS. They will also form a National Space Committee that will report directly to the prime minister.
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