Jason Rexroat, left, a grad student in electrical engineering, and Chris Mitchell, right, a senior majoring in computer engineering, worked on the CubeSat satellite in a lab in Paul Anderson Tower on the UK Campus in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, September 11, 2013. Engineering students involved with the KySat-2 mission will today say farewell to the CubeSat satellite they have spent the better part of the past year working on. Representatives of the mission will deliver the satellite in person next week in Albuquerque, where it will be loaded onto a carrier with about 19 other CubeSats, to be launched into orbit in November. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
Jason Rexroat, left, a grad student in electrical engineering, and Chris Mitchell, right, a senior majoring in computer engineering, worked on the CubeSat satellite in a lab in Paul Anderson Tower on the UK Campus in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, September 11, 2013. Engineering students involved with the KySat-2 mission will today say farewell to the CubeSat satellite they have spent the better part of the past year working on. Representatives of the mission will deliver the satellite in person next week in Albuquerque, where it will be loaded onto a carrier with about 19 other CubeSats, to be launched into orbit in November. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
Jason Rexroat, left, a grad student in electrical engineering, and Chris Mitchell, right, a senior majoring in computer engineering, worked on the CubeSat satellite in a lab in Paul Anderson Tower on the UK Campus in Lexington, Ky., Wednesday, September 11, 2013. Engineering students involved with the KySat-2 mission will today say farewell to the CubeSat satellite they have spent the better part of the past year working on. Representatives of the mission will deliver the satellite in person next week in Albuquerque, where it will be loaded onto a carrier with about 19 other CubeSats, to be launched into orbit in November. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

UK students make final preparations on satellite for launch into orbit

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