#MyKvarkenSat Drawing Campaign

By Johanna Haveri

Draw a Satellite And Win a Prize! #MyKvarkenSat – our future satellite   What do you think the KvarkenSat satellite will look like after it’s launched into space? Let your imagination guide your drawing. Participate and possibly win a prize!  All drawings submitted will be stored on-board the KvarkenSat satellite and orbit the planet after launching!    The University of Vaasa,…

Team Roskanautti Won in Espoo!

By Johanna Haveri

Team Roskanautti Won the Space for Humanity Bootcamp – Our Colleague Rathan Was One of the Winners! Our colleague Rathan Kumar Alagirisamy joined the Space for Humanity Finland Bootcamp in Otaniemi, Espoo. The five-day Bootcamp took place from 8th to 12th November, and it was organized by ESA BIC Finland. There were 43 participants from…

KvarkenSat Innovation Challenge

By Johanna Haveri

An Online Innovation Challenge KvarkenSpaceEco arranges an online innovation challenge in November 2021. The theme of the challenge is Space Data and Sustainable Forestry. More information coming on our and on Ultrahack’s website & social media on September 1st.

By Johanna Haveri

Apply now! Apply for a Space for Humanity Bootcamp which will be arranged by the ESA BIC Finland in August. The last day for applications is June 23rd. See more from Events.

Is Space a Key to Growth?

By Johanna Haveri

Is Space a Key to Growth? The Space Innovation Forum 2021, organized by RIT 2021 project, deals with an actual topic also to KvarkenSpaceEco project and its stakeholders: How can space fuel regional innovation and growth? This is an important question to us working to establish a long-lasting regional economic development structure for space-based business…

A Height Map of the Ski Slopes

By Johanna Haveri

A Height Map of the Ski Slopes Kvarken Space Discussions is back with a burning topic of this cold winter. This issue of Kvarken Space Conversations discusses the basic principles behind Synthetic Aperture Radar and how interferometry can be used to measure the Lapland fjells. All based on the freely available Sentinel-1 data. Result image…