ENGINEERING AND CONSULTING
GETTING YOUR PAYLOAD INTO ORBIT
PROVIDE EDUCATION AND TRAINING COURSES
maru Space Technology can answer all of these questions for you, to get you up and running!
I’m starting from scratch. How do I get started?
What do I absolutely need and what can I get later?
What should my lab and team look like?
What’s available out there? How do I get funding?
What services do I need to budget for?
Any pitfalls and/or hidden costs?
Mission Concept Development
Is this mission feasible?
Are key performance parameters identified correctly?
What constraints should I be aware of for my mission?
Help me find a launch!
What do I need to prepare and when?
Where do I start with the design?
How do I ensure that my project is on schedule, under budget, and successful?
How do I certify my satellite for launch?
How do I stay legal?
How long will it take and how much will it cost?
Mission & Hardware Design
What does my mission need to look like?
What hardware do I need to meet my goals?
Will this work in space?
What tests do I need to run?
How do I run the tests?
What do my data tell me?
Launch is getting close. What do I do?
What do I need to program into my schedule?
Is my ground station ready?
Jin S. Kang, Ph.D.
Space technology development can be challenging; I’m here to lighten the load off your shoulders. Since 2001, I’ve been active in the Space Technology Sector:
Small satellite system development
Leading multiple small satellite and CubeSat projects
15+ yrs of professorship in Aerospace Engineering
Provided education and training to industry professionals
Served as an independent assessment team member on various space missions.