Lithuanian Space Science and Technology Institute

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Lithuanian Space Science and Technology Institute
Kosmoso mokslų ir technologijų institutas
Founder(s) Lithuanian Space Association
Established 2010
Focus Space-oriented
Location

Vilnius,  Lithuania

(54°43′24″N 25°20′14″E / 54.72333°N 25.33722°E / 54.72333; 25.33722Coordinates: 54°43′24″N 25°20′14″E / 54.72333°N 25.33722°E / 54.72333; 25.33722)
Address Saulėtekio al. 15

Lithuanian Space Science and Technology Institute (Lithuanian: Kosmoso mokslo ir technologijų institutas) is private research organization established by the Lithuanian Space Association in 2010, based in Vilnius, Lithuania.

In 2013 LSSTI was one the creators of one of the two firsts scientific nano-satellite in Lithuania, which was intended both for scientific tasks, technologies demonstrations, educational purposes and popularization of science. The satellite was successfully launched in 2014.[1]

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