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Where can I find CubeSat data so that I can compare it to other satellite data for my dissertation?

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    What kind of data are you looking for? Orbital data? Optical imagery? Radar? What are you trying to compare it to? – RedM Sep 26 '18 at 12:36
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According to Wikipedia, CubeSats are small satellites used for research missions. There are over 2000 CubeSats. They collect a wide variety of data on topics from remote earth sensing to biology.

In order to obtain data from an individual CubeSat, you'll need to contact the organization responsible for it. I suggest you visit the Nanosatellite and CubeSat Database. There you can find information about existing CubeSats including:

  • Satellite name
  • Organization
  • Mission objectives and experiment description

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