Earlier we informed you about Masat-1, which is the first Hungarian satellite, designed and built by students and lecturers of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics in cooperation with the Hungarian Space Office and various domestic companies.
As later we learnt, engineers also added a small camera to this cubesat:

“The on-board camera of Masat-1 has a mass of about two Euro coins. The maximal resolution is 640×480 pixels. A width of 1 pixel corresponds to a distance of 1 to 10 kilometres on the photos recorded.
The flawless operation of the passive attitude control system made it possible to capture photographs ahead of schedule, but with this passive system only the Southern Hemisphere of the Earth may be targeted by the camera. “

So here are some Hungarian photographs from space! For more images, click here.
masat 3 Masat 1 captured the first photographs from space
masat 21 Masat 1 captured the first photographs from space

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