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November 25th, 2013
Little Red Dot in space with Singapore’s First Student-built Space Satellite

Orbiting some 600km above Earth is Singapore’s very first student-built satellite, the VELOX-PII, created from scratch by students at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). The student-built VELOX-PII satellite was launched on board a Russian RS-20B rocket from the Yasny Launch Base in Russia, just before 11pm (Singapore time) on Thursday 21 November, and began transmitting data some 24 hours later, indicating that it was fully operational. Read More