Hypernova Space Technologies aims to fund space travels
(MENAFN) Jonathan Lun reports: "Most satellites are simply computers that are tossed out the side of a rocket [that] are tumbling in space."
Mr Lun and his firm Hypernova Space Technologies, which is located in Cape Town, are interested in providing these confused satellites some independence.
The company has advanced a thruster system that could offer the tiniest kinds of satellites the capability to change location.
The firm is optimistic about their technology’s ability to be functional to nanosatellites which are tiny satellites with a weight less than 10kg and, even applied to the smallest between them all, the 10cm cubes called cubesats.
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