Attend hands-on workshops on cubesats & space systems.
24 June 2017 at one-north. Register here.
08 July 2017 at ArtScience Museum. Register here.
Design, build, and launch your own CubeSatellite.
Help contribute to disruptive growth in the private space sector.
We congratulate BSE on the launch of their first space experiment to the International Space Station
Bhattarcharya Space Enterprises (BSE) has been providing inspiration and support for the local space scene since early 2016, from organising space-related awareness events for students and the general public, to Singapore's first World Space Week within its first year of operations. We congratulate BSE on the launch of their first space experiment to the International Space Station, and hope this is the first of many to come!
Access to space used to be almost entirely limited to government agencies and large corporations.
Public access to space itself is disruptive and the prospect of conceptualizing, designing and building experimental hardware that will actually be launched as part of an individual undergraduate project is simply mind blowing. It is also a major challenge to the technical and scientific abilities and organizational skills of even the best student. It is clear from the students response that they are keen to prove to themselves and the world that they can do it. These are not toy projects but real hardware that has to perform and deliver useful results and this provides motivation that goes beyond a target GPA anytime. The skills and experience gained in meeting these challenges will no doubt serve them well.
Our place in the universe has fascinated mankind for millennia.
Space exploration has also been an engine for technological innovation in the 20th century. Organizations such as Bhattacharya Space Enterprises are now taking us into the next phase by democratizing space exploration. BSE’s mission to enable students to be a part of such activities by bringing space exploration within their reach will go a long way in inspiring and engaging young minds to think creatively.
Dr. Bhattacharya is a rocket scientist with over two decades experience working for NASA and in higher education administration.
Priya is a photonics and optics engineer with experience on the NUS Galassia CubeSatellite.
Lih Wei is an undergraduate at the NUSFaculty of Engineering and was the Chief Product Engineer for Berner International. He has worked on the NUS Galassia CubeSatellite.
Ish Singh is a project management professional with an aerospace company. He is an experienced advisor to entrepreneurs and startups.
Melissa is a final-year Sociology undergraduate at NUS with an interest in space, events management, design, and communications.
Faith majors in Communication at The University of Buffalo, SIM Global. Inspired by the sci-fi books from her childhood, she is now exploring ways to create excitement about space through social media and creative writing. She is particularly interested in the role of AI in space.
Joel is an undergraduate at the NUS faculty of Science, with a major in Astrophysics and a minor in Nano-science.
Nikunj Agrawal is an undergraduate student of Aerospace Engineering at IIT Madras in India.