Low4Bit has received the following awards and nominations. Way to go!
From the beginning of mankind, people where fascinated about the space. Even though
they didn't understand it they drew the stars of the night sky,
worshipped the constellations some even lost their lives trying to
explain the unknown. From the launch of the first rocket to stepping on
the moon, even reaching the interstellar space some people still don't
see the beauties of our planet and our solar system. Our little
satellite will help the people that don't understand and those people
who absolutely love the solar system to learn about the dangers and
beauties of it in a simple and cheap way.
From the resources available today and with today's technology we where able to create the world smallest and cheapest satellite that can fly in the open space or stay in the low orbit of the planets to learn and send the data remotely so all the people around world can see and understand it clearly. Our prototype designed with cheap parts and pocket computers, simply powered by solar panels was able to deliver the tasks that all of the satellites today can achieve, and the data was easy understandable to all the people around the world. Our satellite equipped with sensors can record the temperature of a planet, pressure, hight of the atmosphere, take pictures and even detect weather anomalies. This sensors are simple and inexpensive simple sensors that use very little energy but are very effective. Our satellite was designed to help humans remotely study and observe the planets to get better understanding in a cheap and easy way. All of the data from the satellite you can read from anywhere in the world with only your laptop or a smart phone with click of a button. The data is shown on a website lso you can view, review and compare the changes from the previous data that where collected by our satellite.
Way cheaper that the competition and way more simple to use and develop, our satellite is the way to go for all other space explorations!
SpaceApps is a NASA incubator innovation program.