Schedule

SCHEDULE

DESIGN DOCUMENTS

DEADLINE

Letter of Intent

9/6/13

Progress Report (evaluation criteria and report guidelines will be posted)

12/13/13

Detailed Design Report (evaluation criteria and report guidelines will be posted)

4/18/14

Workshop & Award (presentation evaluation criteria will be posted)

May 8, 2014

LETTER OF INTENT

A non-binding Letter of Intent to propose must delivered to us by 5:00 PM (Eastern Time), Friday, September 6, 2013. Any legible submission from the teams faculty advisor, including by e-mail (to:funsat@ucf.edu), is acceptable so long as it contains the name and mailing address of the academic institution(s) and department(s) involved; name, cell phone number and e-mail address of the Team Leader (must be a student); name, title, telephone number and e-mail address of Supervising Faculty Member.

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN PHASE

During the conceptual design phase, which will occur during the Fall 2013 Semester, contestants will be asked to produce design documents. The Progress Report is an end-of-semester report that provides all necessary information for a satellite design satellite. Each team will make a design consideration for selection of subsystem(s) that they will do in a detailed manner. This design report should include a maximum of 30 pages of single-spaced text excluding datasheets and supporting materials. It will also include all trade studies, detailed designs of selected subsystem, diagrams, tables, integration tables, final mass, power, size, and cost estimates, power, operational constraints, conceptual system, and program outlines developed by the team. Each team will send a digital copy of its report to the email address, funsat@ucf.edu. Each team that fulfills these requirements will be awarded $1,000 to fund the detailed design.

Download the progress report guidelines

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DETAILED DESIGN PHASE

The detailed design phase will take place during the Spring 2014 Semester. During this phase, all participating teams will further develop the design of their satellite and address any issues raised in the review of the Progress Report. The final report for this competition, the Detailed Design Report (DDR), is tentatively set to be due on Friday, April 18, 2014. Its length and content requirements are similar to those of the Progress Report, but new emphasis on problems found with the conceptual design, budget, and flight model development plan. As with the previous report, the DDR should be sent to funsat@ucf.edu.

Download the detailed design guidelines

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PRESENTATION AT THE WORKSHOP

All teams are required to present at the Workshop on May 8, 2014. The detailed format of the presentation will be posted.

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