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School of Engineering Warwick University Satellite Project

The University of Warwick Satellite Engineering Team designs, builds, tests, launches and operates low-cost nano-satellites to meet the requirements of a defined mission. Our multi-disciplinary teams use the same Systems Engineering methodology used by major Space Agencies (ESA, NASA) to produce the highest standard of satellite system solution to best meet the needs of each mission and provide industry relevant experience to our students. Find out more About Us here!

This is a rendered image of our current mission WUSAT-3. Designed for launch to the International Space Station, WUSAT-3 will be placed into Low Earth Orbit where it will test a new technology concept for monitoring wildlife.

WUSAT-3 Team 2019-20

Dr Bill Crofts is founder and Co-Director of WUSAT, and has been managing WUSAT projects since 2006.

2019-2020 WUSAT-3 Team

Our core teams are made up of 4th Year MEng and PhD engineering students. Find out more about the WUSAT-3 Team here!

Prof Julia Hunter-Anderson is Co-Director of WUSAT, joining the team in 2016. Julia is also a highly experienced practicing Space Systems Engineer.