OpenSatKit core Flight System (cFS) starter kit

Version 1.2 Released

I’m pleased to announce the release of OpenSatKit (OSK) Version 1.2. The focus of this release took a turn from what was announced in November 2017. Enhanced the 42 FSW app (f42) with configuration commands and a parameter table. The 42 simulator screen launched from the main page's <42 Simulator> button has been significantly enhance... Read more

Version 1.0 Released

I’m pleased to announce the release of OpenSatKit (OSK) Version 1.0. The previous release could be considered a beta release. The focus of this release is application management. Populated the Application Management section in the kit's User's Guide. Added a Create Application tool that generates a 'Hello World' app. This tool is launched ... Read more

Installation Guide

Currently only Ubuntu is supported. Copy, paste, and run the following shell script in an Ubuntu terminal window. $ bash <(\wget -qO- Please be patient, the installation can take over 30 minutes. For more information refer to the GitHub ... Read more

OpenSatKit at Small Sat

Dave McComas (NASA) and Ryan Melton (Ball Aeropspace) will be attending the Small Sat 2017 conference. Their talk will cover the capabilities and benefits of OpenSatKit. They will also be hosting a hands-on workshop where atendees will go through a demo with the kit. Find their conference page here. Abstract: The software required to devel... Read more

Welcome to OpenSatKit!

OpenSatKit provides a complete open source desktop solution for learning how to use NASA’s open source flight software (FSW) platform called the core Flight System (cFS). The kit uses Ball Aerospace’s COSMOS command and telemetry system, NASA’s cFS, and a NASA dynamic simulator called 42. NASA Core Flight System (cFS) Ball Aerospace COSMOS... Read more