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Satellite details
Acronym ÑuSat
Full name ÑuSat Earth Observation (also referred to as Aleph)
Satellite Description
  • Constellation of nominal 28 micro-satellites. The status of each satellite is given below.
  • Contributes to land surface and disaster monitoring.
  • Each satellite is designed for a 3 year lifetime. 
  • They are launched into various drifting orbits around 500 km altitude.
Mass at launch Dry mass 37.5 kg
Power
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Data access information
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Orbit Drifting orbit Altitude 500 km

 

Space agency Satellogic
Status Operational
Details on Status
(as available)
  • ÑuSat-1-2 launched 30 May 2016
  • ÑuSat-3 launched 15 June 2017
  • ÑuSat-4-5 launched 2 Feb 2018
  • ÑuSat-6 launched 3 Sep2020
  • ÑuSat-7-8 launched 15 Jan 2020
  • ÑuSat-9-18 launched 6 Nov 2020
  • ÑuSat-19-22 launched 30 June 2021
  • ÑuSat-23-27 launched 1 April 2022
  • ÑuSat-28-31 launched 25 May 2022
Launch 30 May 2016 EOL ≥2040
Last update: 2022-05-30
Associated satellite programme and related satellites

Note: red tag: no longer operational , green tag: operational , blue tag : future

Satellite Payload

All known Instruments flying on ÑuSat

Acronym Full name
ÑuSat-Imager ÑuSat-Imager
Show instrument status and calibration