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Цитатаpossible 15 SSO-A spacecraft which have not been publicly confirmed operational:(1) Audacy Zero; POINTR//https://twitter.com/Audacy/status/1070569693348413441//after 4 days, still no contact, from above link//(3U CubeSat technology demonstration mission of Audacy, Mountain View, CA, built by Clyde Space)(1) BlackHawk(1) Enoch, no comm pkg (possible failure to deploy, TBD)(1) ICE-Cap (U.S. Navy 3U Cubesat)//The objectives are to demonstrate a cross-link from LEO (Low Earth Orbit) to MUOS (Mobile User Objective System) WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) in GEO (Geosynchronous Orbit). The objective is to send to users on secure networks.(1) KazSciSat-1//This may be confirmation....require a translation...//http://kazscisat.istt.kz/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1&Itemid=101(2) OrbWeaver 1 & 2 (2018-099AP, 2018-099AD)(1) RAAF M1 (an Australian 3U CubeSat (~4 kg) designed and built by UNSW (University of New South Wales) for the Australian Defence Force Academy, Royal Australian Air Force. RAAF-M1 is a technology demonstration featuring an AIS receiver, and ADS-B receiver, an SDR (Software Defined Radio).)// possible DOA...see post #179 Steven Pietrobon(1) STPSat-5 (The satellite was built by SNC (Sierra Nevada Corporation) on the modular SN-50 bus with a payload capacity of 50-100 kg and compatible with ESPA-class secondary launch adaptors.)(1) THEA (a 3U CubeSat built by SpaceQuest, Ltd. of Fairfax, VA)(3) US Government spacecraft(1) VisionCube-1 (a 2U CubeSat designed by the Korea Aerospace University)(1) WeissSat-1 (a 1U CubeSat mission by the Weiss School in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, to validate a a Lab-on-a-Chip system, NASA funded)
Цитатаpossible 16 SSO-A spacecraft which have not been publicly confirmed operational:(1) Audacy Zero; POINTR(1) BlackHawk(1) Corvus-BC 4(1) Enoch, no comm pkg (possible failure to deploy, TBD)(1) ICE-Cap (1) KazSciSat-1 (TBD)(2) OrbWeaver 1 & 2 (1) RAAF M1 (possible DOA, TBD)(1) STPSat-5 (1) THEA (3) US Government spacecraft(1) VisionCube-1 (1) WeissSat-1
ЦитатаJonathan McDowellПодлинная учетная запись @planet4589 13:52 PDT - 31 мая 2019 г.Six months after launch, the DOD has finally identified which objects are the three DoD cubesats on the SSO-A launch: SPAWAR-CAL-O, SPAWAR-CAL-R, and SPAWAR-CAL-OR, 2018-099J, U and W. Guessing they are passive optical and radar calibration targets for the uS Navy space group13:58 PDT - 31 мая 2019 г.I missed this item last year which talks about these three 1U sats https://www.public.navy.mil/spawar/News/Pages/NNS181119-18.aspx ...
Цитата Jeff Foust @jeff_foust 4 мин. назадJeff Roberts of Spaceflight gives an overview of last year's SSO-A rideshare mission. Of 64 satellites, 4 cubesats never made contact after deployment; 12 sats never claimed by their owners with Air Force. (And 1 locked in its deployer because of lack of licensing.) #smallsat
ЦитатаSpaceflight @SpaceflightInc 20 мин. назадВ ответ @jeff_foustTo clarify, the 12 cubesats mentioned as "unclaimed" means those organizations did not go to the 18th Space Control Squadron to report which object was their satellite. It does NOT mean those satellites were not functioning or abandoned. -jeff roberts