Assembly:Libre Space Foundation

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Website https://libre.space/
Contact info@libre.space
Description LSF is a non-profit foundation with a mission to to promote, advance and develop libre (free and open source) technologies and knowledge for space.
Members Comzeradd, Papamat, Pierros
Projects SatNOGS
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
chaos competence center Cluster:Open Infrastructure Orbit
Tags space, satellites, sdr, ham radio, open source, cubesats
Registered on
Provides stage no
Location for self-organized sessions yes
Self-organized session notes We plan to host a workshop, titled "Hunting Satellites" (or something similar), where we will showcase how you can observe, listen and hunt satellites based on open source software and hardware. We intend to repeat the workshop a few times during the event.
Orga contact nikos@libre.space
Brings Based on the space provided we intend to bring stuff from our current projects. That includes a ground station rotator (SatNOGS), a cubesat (UPSat) and a couple of rockets.

Cubesat and rockets can fit upon a table, but the rotator will need some extra space next to the table.

Projects We will be working on SatNOGS, but also our other projects, and we would love to discuss and engage with potential contributors.
Uses money no money handling
Need fibre no
Extra Power {{{Extra power}}}
Near passage would be great
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 6
Extra seats 0
Aread needed 16
Arrival and build up We arrive on 26th. So if it's needed we can come by to setup and make sure that everything is in place for the 1st day.

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LSF is a non-profit foundation with a mission to to promote, advance and develop libre (free and open source) technologies and knowledge for space. To do that we design, develop and deliver space related projects ranging from Ground Station equipment to global monitoring Networks and satellite missions. Our Vision is an Open and Accessible Outer Space for all. We believe that space should be claimed the libre (open source) way.