Our Platform


MOVE-ON is developing a High-Altitude-Pseudo-Satellite (HAPS) as a experimental and testing platform for future satellite missions.
The project is done by students of the Wissenschaftlichen Arbeitsgemeinschaft für
Raketentechnik und Raumfahrt (WARR) with support form the chair for Raumfahrttechnik (LRT) of Technischen Universität München (TUM).

Scientific and also technical  payloads are build by the students, staff of the chair or external costumers. MOVE-ON is building on the experience of past satellite missions  of the chair and the MOVE missions.

Our missions:

Payload interface

  • 3V3 with 100 mA
  • unregulated power
  • 32 Bit/s downlink
  • (70246-12, 22.86 mm wide) for SPI and the 10 pin connector (70246-10, 20.32 mm wide) for UART

Available sensors values

  • Temperature
  • Pressure
  • Humidity
  • Gyroscope
  • Magnetometer
  • GNSS Position

Flight conditions

  • down to -50°C at 35 to 40 km hight
  • nearly vacuum
  • near solar flux as in space
  • around 2h flight time

Payload submission

Please submit your payload request until 31.08.2018 to n.appel@tum.de.