Our Mission

TJ Space Program, TJHSST's space program, was founded in 2006. In 2013, it was the first high school team to launch a satellite into Low Earth Orbit (LEO). TJ Space Program is due to launch its second satellite, TJ REVERB, to space in Q3 2022 through the International Space Station. It will further research the use of Iridium as a primary radio in CubeSats. Both satellites were launched through a CSLI grant and designed without a kit. Post 2022, we hope to create a framework through which high school research projects can cheaply and reliably be conducted in LEO. Our future missions include launching LunaSat GLEE (Great Lunar Expeditions For Everyone) to the moon with NASA's Artemis Mission and TJ BUS, a reliable 3U CubeSat designed to conduct research projects in LEO.

Projects
TJREVERB


Check out our Publications
Identifying and Overcoming Challenges in High School CubeSat Programs
By: Lucas Ribeiro, Zichang Wang, Khoi Dinh, Nicolas Makovnik, Aarush Sivanesan, Kareem Jaber, Nikhil Kalidasu
Simulating Iridium Satellite Coverage for CubeSats in Low Earth Orbit
By: Liam David and Anonto Zaman


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Partners

We are grateful for our fantastic partners and the mentors they have given us



Avian Technologies

Global Space Exchange, Inc.


Sponsors

Thank you for making this project possible


Companies

BlueCube
ExoAnalytic
NAL Research
USSTEM

Apollo Level

Antonio Arancibia
Dana Cibulski
David Boyd
Mohammad Choudhry
Paul Jaffe
Pradeepa Jayakumar
The Trissell Family

Gemini Level

Jacob Cohen
Mary and Tim Keegan

Mercury Level

Joy Bostian
Thomas Baron