Our initial idea originated from a NASA mission searching for
small inhabitable planets. Inspired by this mission, we thought
that the idea of a self-sufficient and low budget probe able to
transfer information about the conditions on an unexplored planet.
Our CanSat targets not only to measure the quantities of oxygen,
moisture and carbon dioxide, but also to make a 3D mapping of
the ground, in order to obtain a complete view of the planet’s
surface. Aiming to gather high definition images from the cameras
onboard, we constructed a camera stabilization system.
Additionally, we are designing a mechanism, for our ground station,
that can change our antenna's orientation to constantly track our
satellite. As a result, we will have continuous data collection
without the need of an operator.