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The course is divided into two stages: Morning and Afternoon with a workshop on the development of nano-satellites and at dusk debates and conversations on satellites and Art/Science. Once the registration for the workshop is made, it is also necessary to participate in the debates. If you register only for the debates, you do not need to do the workshop. Registration here.

May, 06 - Wednesday
Horário Description
08:00 to 09:30 Overview of the Art of Satellites
09:30 to 12:30 ARTSAT Construction Laboratory (CubeSat format)
12:30 to 13:30 Lunch
13:30 to 16:30 Nano-satellite Construction Laboratory
16:30 to 17:00 Snack
17:00 to 19:00 Talk open to the public at ADC with:

*Candido Osvaldo de Moura (UBATUBASAT) - Presents the UBATUBASAT nano-satellite organized by him and developed by elementary school students from Ubatuba (SP), launched in December 2016, from the Tanegashima Space Center in Japan by the International Space Station. He talks about the process and the monitoring of the satellite data in orbit.

*Fabiane M. Borges (SACI-E/INPE) - Introducing the SACI-E/INPE Platform - a Space Culture and Artist Residency platform implemented at INPE since July 2019, promoted by CGETE (General Coordination of Space Engineering and Technology of INPE. It also presents a cartography of small artistic satellites in the contemporary Art/Technology scene.

*Walter Abrahão dos Santos (PGETE / INPE) - Senior Technologist at ETE, participated in several INPE satellites and collaborates in the PGETE Post Graduate Program. Talks about the process of building large satellites and tests used at LIT (Latoratory of Integration and tests).
May, 07 - Thursday
Horário Description
08:30 to 12:00 ARTSAT Construction Laboratory (CubeSat format)
12:00 to 13:30 Lunch
13:30 to 16:00 Nano-satellite Construction Laboratory
16:00 to 16:30 Lanche
16:40 to 18:40 Conversation open to the public at ADC with:

* Adenilson Roberto Da Silva (COPMM / INPE) - Coordinator of the Satellite Program Based on the Multimission Platform. Talks about the entire process of the Amazonia 1 Satellite - development, impact and mission. Amazonia 1 is the first Earth Observation satellite completely designed, integrated, tested and operated by Brazil.

* Ítalo Pinto Rodrigues (CUBEDESING / INPE ) - Presents CubeDesign/2020 - A small satellite development competition organized by the students of PGETE / INPE (Post-graduation in Space Engineering and Technology of the National Institute of Space Research). It talks about the competition creation process evaluating results obtained so far.

* José Wagner Garcia Phd Architect, Media and Space Artist, Semioticist and MIT Biodesigner Amazonian Symbiotic Creatures - Talks about his research in Bio-bit Forest support by INPE / INPA / MIT / LANCE, and his experiences with Art / Science - Media / Space.
May, 08 - Friday
Horário Description
8:30 to 12:00 Nanosatellite Construction Laboratory
12:00 to 14:00 Lunch
14:00 onwards LIT (Integration and Testing Laboratory) tour

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