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Cougs In Space - Cube Satellite Club

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12 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on December 01, at 01:00 AM PST
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Cougs In Space - Cube Satellite Club

What is Cougs in Space?

Cougs in Space is Washington State University's first Cube Satellite club. Our mission is to launch our satellite, CougSat I, into space by October 2022. We have students from all different majors and backgrounds that work on our eight teams. 

A core mission of our club is to train better engineers who know how to communicate and work with a large and diverse team to achieve a common goal, and to connect our members with internship and networking opportunities to further their potential career options after college.

What's our Mission?

To launch! We are close to completing CougSat-I and we are so excited to launch! There are still a few parts that we need to be ordered to complete our satellite to prepare for launch. Our newest team members are already starting on our second satellite, CougSat-II. 

Our new expected launch year is 2022! We're so excited to be one step closer to space! 

What does our logo stand for?

WSU  Alumni Evie Caldwell created our iconic Cougs in Space logo. The dots and dashes around our logo represent Washington State University in Morse Code. 

Your donation provides funding to CougSat-I, any funding not used for CougSat-I we will use towards our CougSat-II Project. 

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One Small Step

Welcome to space training. This helps fund any small parts that we need for the CougSat. Tiny components like screws are essential to keeping our satellite together even if it's a small part it still helps us complete the big picture.


Space Cadet

It's training day! Your donation will help with any satellite testing or 3D printing for us to test if our prototypes will work in real life.


Launch and Landing Training

Time to prep for Space motion sickness. This helps with any lab costs and other material items that are needed.


Zero-Gravity Training

Gravity won't be holding you down in space! Zero-Gravity Training will help you get used to the feeling of not being weighed down. This funds the cost of materials from screws, 3D printer filament, and others.


One Giant Leap

Congratulations on completing your training!


Out of this World!

3.. 2.. 1.. BLASTOFF! You've completed training and now you've made it to space! We appreciate your generous donation to our club.

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