Space Concordia's first supersonic rocket Supersonice heads to the launch pad at SPAC 2018.
Welcome to Space Concordia’s SPACELAB!
SPACELAB showcased the work done at Space Concordia, the University’s grassroots space agency. Space Concordia brings together students from all faculties who create advanced engineering projects, get hands-on learning opportunities, and are part of a rich, welcoming environment where anyone can learn about space. From rockets to rovers to satellites, their ambitious projects reflect the thriving and passionate space community in Montreal and beyond.
From August 12-22, SPACELAB invited you to take a small step into space with installations, workshops, and events for people of all ages. Visitors came to 4TH SPACE to engage and share with the students who design, build and present Space Concordia’s projects at national and international aerospace competitions.
Aleksandr CubeSat: Soace Concordia Spacecraft Division
The Spacecraft division of Space Concordia has built four CubeSats, compact standardized satellites, and will build a fifth to launch from the International Space Station in 2021 as part of the Canadian CubeSat Project. This CubeSat was worked on from 2012 to 2018 and was displayed as part of the SPACELAB programming.
The ASTRO Rover: Space Concordia Robotics Division
For the last nine years, Space Concordia has grown from a single satellite project to a well-rounded landscape of advanced projects and diverse people. Over 100 undergraduate and graduate students collaborate across the society’s four divisions: Spacecraft, Rocketry, Robotics, and Special Projects. During the programming at 4TH SPACE, the Robotics divisions showcased the ASTRO rover.
Aleksandr CubeSat: Space Concordia Spacecraft Division
Here, you can see the CSDC-4 team working on their CubeSat Aleksandr. The Spacecraft division of Space Concordia has built four CubeSats, compact standardized satellites, and will build a fifth to launch from the International Space Station in 2021 as part of the Canadian CubeSat Project.
In addition to carrying out engineering projects, members of Space Concordia bring to light the many aspects of space including medicine, photography, and education. On August 19th, Sara Quackenbush gave an Astrophotography 101 talk at 4TH SPACE.