The University of Colorado Boulder's CubeSat for the NASA CubeQuest: Deep-Space Derby
CALLING ALL SATELLITE SCIENTISTS!
Interested in joining the CubeQuest Team next semester? View our recruitment information on our recruitment page, then jump over to the "Contact Us" form to let us know you're interested!
The CU-E3 Team 2018
The students and advisors of the spring 2018 team. The students who participate in the project come from various academic and professional backgrounds, enriching the quality and talent of our project team. Learn more about us in our "About" section.
The CU-E3 Team 2017
The students and advisors of the spring 2017 team. Also pictures are NASA judges from the GT-4 competition, of which CU-E3 secured 2nd place and a launch slot on NASA's SLS. Learn more about us in our "About" section.
The CUE3 Team 2019
The students of the spring 2019 team. CU-E3 is finishing up final tasks for the spring by finalizing hardware acquisition and holding internal integration reviews. Learn more about us in our "About" section.
Hello, and welcome to the official site of the CU - Earth Escape Explorer!
CU-Earth Escape Explorer ("CU-E3") is the University of Colorado of Boulder's student-driven effort to design, build, and launch a CubeSat capable of long-distance communications into heliocentric orbit as part of the NASA CubeQuest: Deep-Space Derby. To learn more about CU-E3 or the NASA CubeQuest Challenge, follow the "About Us" link below, or read about our latest progress through the "In The News" link. Also, if you're a CU student interested getting in on the action, an industry member interested in providing guidance, or just want to satisfy your curiosities about CU engineering, drop us a line through our "Contact Us" form.