Binar is made by West Australians, for West Australians.

Whether you’re a scientist, a student, or a space enthusiast, here’s how you can join in.

BinarX School Program

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BinarX is a high-school based program that empowers WA students to design and build payloads for low-Earth orbit on board a Binar CubeSat, as supported by the West Australian Government.

Students will communicate with the satellite, operate their payloads using school-based ground stations, and document their journey to connect with the global space community.

Expressions of interest for our 2024 programme have now closed, but please register your interest for future intakes or other BinarX activities and we’ll keep you up to date!

Amateur Radio

As part of making space accessible to Western Australians, Binar satellites’ communications with the ground operate on a part of the radio spectrum that anyone can access.

That means anyone with the right equipment can receive data from Binar satellites, and anyone who also has the right licenses can transmit to them.

Internships

Spend your summer helping us deliver satellites into orbit! Binar runs a regular internship program for interested students and graduates.

We’re open to students from any university and any discipline – as well as scientists and engineers, we’re looking for interns in law, business & communications as well.

 

Student CubeSat Team

Enhance your university experience and spacecraft knowledge in a project in the Binar Supported CubeSat team, with the objective of building, testing, and flying a student designed and built CubeSat.

We’re looking for interested students with backgrounds in Finance, Engineering, Law, Business, Management, Computing, Physics, Design, Marketing and more. Apply via the button below or drop into one of our weekly meetings at Curtin University Bentley Campus on Tuesdays from 4-6pm in room 204.118 (1st floor of the School of Mines Building).