StudSat1, which was successfully launched on 12th July 2010, is the first Pico satellite developed in India by undergraduate students from seven different engineering colleges across South India . StudSat2 is India’s first twin satellite mission having twonanosatellites whose overall mass is less than 10kg . The propulsion system consists of a storage tank, pipes, Convergent Divergent nozzle, andelectronic actuators . The paper also gives information about the components of cold gas thruster, which have been designed in the CATIA V5, and the structuraland flow analysis of the same has been done in ANSYS. The concept of Hohmanntransfer was used to deorbit the satellite and STK has been used tosimulate it. It is mandatory to deorb the satellite within 25 years of the satellite‚Äôs end of its orbit i.e. i.i.e., and the concept of the Hohmansne concept of

Author(s) : Roshan Sah, Prabin Sherpaili, Apurva Anand, Sandesh Hegde

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