Voyager Update: Maps and Maneuvers

posted by Zach Fejes on June 8, 2015

It has been a very busy few months for the Project Voyager team. But the fruits of labor are finally starting to pay off. As of our weekly work session yesterday, we have officially succeed at creating orbital insertions within an accuracy of 1km. This may sound like a lot of error, but we also […]

Project Voyager – A Map to Navigate our Dynamic Universe

posted by Zach Fejes on December 10, 2014

This is an excerpt taken from a recent article by Zachary Fejes on Discovery Space News. The full article on Discovery can be found here.   “Indulge me, for a moment, in a brief thought experiment. You have just become the pilot of a modern spacecraft, let’s call it the USS Lucky, docked with the […]

Raspberry Pi

posted by Pat Galea on January 3, 2012


We’re keeping a close eye on the Raspberry Pi, an ultra-cheap tiny computer, which is due to launch very soon. The release of this device will no doubt unleash many home projects, and the possibilities for using this board in space experiments are endless. Together with the Arduino, which some of the Icarus team are […]