Satellites are like Buzz Lightyear

They fall with style.


M-SAT (Missouri S&T Satellite Research Team) is a research group located at Missouri S&T. M-SAT is dedicated to designing, building, and flying small satellites. While it serves as the space-oriented senior design, it is also made up of graduate and undergraduates students of all majors. There are currently two primary missions that are being undertaken by the team: MR & MRS SAT with Nanosat-8 and APEX with Nanosat-9. The team is also working on other cubesat missions, and supports the efforts of Miners in Space team. M-SAT operates out of the SSE lab in Toomey 315.