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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Engadget: Visualized: Cubesat micro-orbiters slip into space to flash Earth in Morse code

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Visualized: Cubesat micro-orbiters slip into space to flash Earth in Morse code
Oct 17th 2012, 14:26

DNP Visualized Japan's wee Cubesat orbiters dribble out into space

Japan's four-inch FITSAT-1 orbiters were released from Japan's Kibo laboratory on the ISS last week to (literally) start their world tour, and astronauts aboard the station captured the wee satellites being dwarfed by giant solar arrays and our own blue rock on their way to orbit. Soon they'll be writing "Hi this is Niwaka Japan" in Morse code using intense flashes of LED light, first to Japan and then across the globe, starting next month. To catch them floating away from the International Space Station's cozy confines, hit the source.

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