Last year in August 9, 2022 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome a carrier rocket Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat simultaneously launched 16 Russian satellites into low Earth orbit. This was a record in history of the Russian rocket and space industry. There was ReshUCube-1 among the launched satellites which was made in Reshetnev University Research Laboratory “Small satellite”.
Science and education nanosatellites class CubeSat 3U were made within a framework of the project Space-Pi organized by Innovation Promotion Fund (Bortnikov’s Foundation) with the support from the State Space Corporation "Roscosmos", Russian movement of schoolchildren and the others.
How successful this year in orbit was for the small satellites? The answer for this question you will hear in the documentary film by Geoscan Group which was made to mark the anniversary of the space launch.
Among the film characters there is the coordinator of the Reshetnev University space mission, Dmitriy Zuev. He talks about a cosmic flight of the Reshetnev University space cube, analyzes the quality and annual outcomes of its work. The Research Laboratory “Small satellites” has a far-reaching plan to create and launch a whole group of ReshuCubes until the end of this year!
We congratulate with the first anniversary of the ReshuCube-1 flight and wish the exciting film watching for all of you.