Summary

Light your own bright star in the sky Twinkle, twinkle little star.

Imagine to light your own bright star in the sky. This is now possible with ADIstar-700. ADIstar-700 is an optical payload of Berlin Space Technologies especially designed to increase the public awareness of a satellite mission. The first ADIstar-700 was developed for the Indonesian satellite LAPAN-ORARI. Once launched its main purpose will be to highlight the space capabilities of Indonesia to the man in the street. ADIstar-700 uses a high power laser to project a bright light easily visible among the brightest stars on the night sky. This is a truly delighting experience for the casual observer.

Please Note: BST is currently developing the second generation ADIstar.

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Last updated: 2020-09-04

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