NASA sends another cheap Android-powered satellite in space, makes it dial home
0. phoneArena 09 Dec 2013, 09:49 posted on
NASA shot up another mini-satellite, powered by a Google Nexus S smartphone, made by Samsung, and dubbed PhoneSat 2.4. The tiny cube weighs just 2.2 pounds, and is this time equipped with a two-way S-band radio, enabling amateur radio at a frequency of 437.425MHz to communicate with the contraption...
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3. Furbal (Posts: 538; Member since: 22 Sep 2012)
Wonder how long those signals can travel and what they can carry.
Build 10,000 of them with 5-7 year battery life and send them in every direction and see what we information we can get back!
4. applesucker (Posts: 81; Member since: 29 Oct 2013)
hahaha! where are those trolls that says its fake from the previous articles?
5. taikucing (unregistered)
why don't NASA use WP & iOS? Some fanboys say open source sucks because everybody can modify it.