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The Space Technology and Applications Mastery, Innovation and
Advancement (STAMINA4Space) Program is a space research & development program funded by the
Department of Science and Technology (DOST) and implemented by the DOST-Advanced Science and
Technology Institute (DOST-ASTI) and the University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD). It aims to
further develop deep expertise that enable and sustain the growth of a local
scientific-industrial base in space technology and applications in the Philippines.
Diwata-1 is the Philippines’ first microsatellite for scientific
earth observation built by Filipino engineers and scientists from the University of the
Philippines Diliman (UPD) in collaboration with Japanese universities, Tohoku University and
Hokkaido University, and with support from the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).
Diwata-2 is the Philippines’ second microsatellite designed and
developed by Filipino scientists and engineers under the PHL-Microsat Program.
The country’s first cube satellite (CubeSat) , Maya-1, is one of
the three CubeSats under the 2nd Joint Global Multi-Nation Birds Project or BIRDS-2 Project of
the Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech) in Japan.
Posted by STAMINA4Space Program and Philippine Space Agency To foster an exchange of know-how and experiences on nanosatellite development, 12 universities from all over the country convened for the recently... Read more
Researchers from the STAMINA4Space Program, DOST-ASTI and PhilSA closely monitored the Typhoon Odette, generating maps of the affected areas to provide near real-time data and information to government agencies and... Read more
As of October 7, 2021, Maya-3 and Maya-4 beacons were successfully received and decoded during the 9:00 AM PST pass remotely through the Philippine Universities Ground Archiving and Data Reception... Read more
In a virtual press briefing held on September 16, 2021, the Advanced Satellite Development and Know-How Transfer for the Philippines (ASP) Project of the Space Technology Applications, Mastery, Innovation, and... Read more
PH eyes having new Earth Observation satellite in space by 2023 The Philippines is gearing up for its next generation of satellites. Sustaining the gains from the country’s microsatellites DIWATA-1... Read more
The country witnessed another historic moment as its second cube satellite (CubeSat) Maya-2 was successfully launched to the International Space Station (ISS) today, February 21, 2021 at 1:36 A.M. (PHT)... Read more