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ARLISS

A Rocket Launch for International Student Satellites

Suborbital experiments of 350ml can sized satellites (CanSats) and rovers
to train young engineers

CanSats/rovers are released from amateur rockets (launched by Aeropac) and use parafoils or wings to land as close to the target on the ground as possible.
UNISEC supports Japanese laboratories/organization to design and develop CanSats and rovers to participate in ARLISS launch opportunities.
ARLISS 2014 support
Nevada, USA
Sep 8-12, 2014

ARLISS 2013 support
Nevada, USA
Sep 9-13, 2013

ARLISS 2012 support
Nevada, USA
Sep 9-14, 2012

ARLISS 2011 support
Nevada, USA
Sep 11-16, 2011

ARLISS 2010 support
Nevada, USA
Sep 12-17, 2010
[+ ARLISS 2010 official website]

ARLISS 2009 support
Nevada, USA
Sep 14-19, 2009

ARLISS 2008 support
Nevada, USA
Sep 15-20, 2008

ARLISS 2007 support
Nevada, USA
Sep 12-14, 2007

ARLISS 2006 support
Nevada, USA
Sep 20-22, 2006

ARLISS 2005
support
Nevada, USA
Sep 21-23, 2005

ARLISS 2004
support
Nevada, USA
Sep 24-26, 2004
Arliss 2004 took place in Black Rock desert, Nevada
Eleven teams from Nihon Univ, Tokyo Univ, Tokyo Inst. of Tech, Tohoku Univ, Soka Univ (Japan) and Nevada Univ, Georgia Tech USA) participated. This year, JAXA team and UNISON team, working on CanSat kit project, also took part in the competition. In addition to CanSats, the model rocket team from Japan also demonstrated their work for the first time in Arliss.
ARLISS 2003
support
Nevada, USA
Sep26-28, 2003
ARLISS 2003ィiCanSat demonstrationィj was successfully carried out in Nevada.
Six Japanese university teams brought their Canats to take part in the Come Back Competition under the blue sky over the desert.
ARLISS 2002
support
Nevada, USA
Aug 2-2, 2002
CANSAT suborbital demonstration. Supported by amateur rocket group "Aero-Pak", the can-sized satellites designed and developed by Japanese and US university students were launched from Black Rock Desert. The satellites used parafoils and rovers to land on/drive to the marker (goal) on the desert. Seven universities took part in this "Come Back Competition".

ARLISS Official Website


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