Lithuanian Space Science and Technology Institute

Lithuanian Space Science and Technology Institute (Lithuanian: Kosmoso mokslo ir technologijų institutas) is private research organization established by the Lithuanian Space Association in 2010, based in Vilnius, Lithuania.[1]

Lithuanian Space Science and Technology Institute
Kosmoso mokslų ir technologijų institutas
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Founder(s)Lithuanian Space Association
Established2010
FocusSpace-oriented
Location,
Coordinates54°43′24″N 25°20′14″E / 54.72333°N 25.33722°E / 54.72333; 25.33722Coordinates: 54°43′24″N 25°20′14″E / 54.72333°N 25.33722°E / 54.72333; 25.33722
AddressSaulėtekio al. 15
WebsiteLithuanian Space Science and Technology Institute

In 2013 LSSTI was one the creators of one of the two firsts scientific nano-satellites in Lithuania, which were intended both for scientific tasks, technologies demonstrations, educational purposes and popularization of science. The satellite was successfully launched in 2014.[2]

LSSTI is a member of Neva Consortium.[3]


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  1. ^ [1] Space science and technology institute: research organization
  2. ^ Journey of the first Lithuanian satellites
  3. ^ Lithuanian technology institute joins Neva consortium