BC secondary students to program space satellite

The satellites are from Ardusat, and it looks like teams can basically get to take turns to program and use them. Gonna create some great space-geeks (said in a most affectionate way).

Oh - and if you ever get a chance to visit Summerland, do so. beautiful little town located in a gorgeous corner of Canada.

“They are tiny satellites, around 10 square centimetres and they have many different sensors on them,” said Knowlton.

The students are learning to program the satellite through a course called Code67, which provides a structured curriculum that can be accessed online by students of all ages from across the provinces.