NASA has started to shoot miniature satellites into space, satellites the size of a coffee mug.  These cube shaped mini satellites will be powered by your average smart phones like Google’s Nexus One smartphones.  That’s right no high tech power source required here , just your simple average smart phone.

All this is due to NASA’s  PhoneSat project, this basically stresses on making use of commercially available components like smart phone and other devices . This drastically reduces the cost of a satellite to about $3500.

[box_dark]”Out of the box, smartphones already offer a wealth of capabilities needed for satellite systems, including fast processors, versatile operating systems, multiple miniature sensors, high-resolution cameras, GPS receivers, and several radios,” NASA said.[/box_dark]

Source: Dvice

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