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CubeSats: Tiny satellites work at MIT, U. Mich.

A video reflection of work at MIT, U. Michigan, and other institutions on small satellites and the technology that will contribute to overcoming the challenges facing interplanetary CubeSat and iCubeSat missions. Produced for the first Interplanetary CubeSat Workshop, May 29, 2012 at MIT. Video by Gwendolyn Gettliffe, music by Stephen Gettliffe (http://unrazeable.tumblr.com), animations by Benjamin Schweighart, and RAX videos courtesy U. Michigan News Service.

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