Welcome to T-LogoQube


The Russian Dnepr-1 was launched on November 21, 2013. It released the UniSat-5 into a sun synchronous 634km orbit.

After the UniSat-5 was launched, it then released several CubeSats and four PocketQubes, including T-LogoQube.


T-LogoQube operated successfully for about two months. We were able to command the satellite, as well as receive magnetometer data. On-board Logo-based flight software was used to analyze the data  to calculate the spin rate. 


Data dumps and beacon packets are shown in files linked from the Public Files tab. For more details of T-LogoQube operations, see McNeil et al. 2014


T-LogoQube was built by undergraduates from Sonoma State University and Morehead State University.

Press Release (PDF 36Kb)
Complete Team Member Listing
ress Democrat Article



T-LogoQube, built by undergraduates at Sonoma State
University and Morehead State University



team photo

SSU Team that built the T-LogoQube satellite are (left to right) Ben Cunningham, Steve Anderson (SSU equipment technician),
Kevin Zack (project student lead. holding satellite), Hunter Mills and Dr. Garrett Jernigan (mentor).
Cunningham, Zack and Mills are SSU undergraduate physics majors.