The  International Conference on Micro & NanoSatellites conference ” Space Technologies & Satellites Applications”, will cover all the aspects of micro – nano satellite including architecture, component technologies, guidance, navigation, control, infrastructure, such as ground station systems and launch opportunity, R&D applications & missions, regulatory issues and education.

Conference Venue

The MNSAT Conference will be held at the Presidency of Mohammed V University of RABAT the capital of Morocco.

About Micro – Nano Satellite

The nanosatellite (Cubesat) and microsatellite (Small Sat – Small Satellites) segments of the satellite launch industry have been growing rapidly in recent years, and was based on the Spanish low cost manufacturing for Commercial and Communication Satellites from the 1990s. Development activity in the 1–50 kg range has been significantly exceeding that in the 50–100 kg range. With continued advances in the miniaturization and capability increase of electronic technology and the use of satellite constellations, nanosatellites are increasingly capable of performing commercial missions that previously required microsatellites. For example, a 6U CubeSat standard has been proposed to enable a constellation of 35 8 kg (18 lb)Earth-imaging satellites to replace a constellation of five 156 kg (344 lb) RapidEye Earth-imaging satellites, at the same mission cost, with significantly increased revisit time: every area of the globe can be imaged every 3.5 hours rather than the once per 24 hours with RapidEye constellation. More rapid revisit time is a significant improvement for nations doing disaster response, which was the purpose of the RapidEye constellation. Additionally, the nanosat option would allow more nations to own their own satellite for off-peak (non-disaster) imaging data collection.

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MNSAT will gather all industry sectors interesting in Small Satellites research, and commercial applications from academics, governments, businesses and public / private TV & Radio broadcasters.

1-    Earth Observation

2-    Agriculture & remote sensing

3-    Marine and fishing

4-    Mining

5-    Topography and geometry

6-    Oil & Gas industry

7-    Civil, government and urban works

8-    Energy

9-    Telecommunication and tracking system

Certificate of Participation from MNSAT

to all attendees and students


MNSAT Press Release by Geoconnexion Magazine UK (click) 

MNSAT Press Release by Satellite Evolution Magazine UK (click) 

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Special Thanks to MNSAT model sponsor