The DCUBED Space Selfie Stick is a deployable, compact selfie camera, providing an out-of-this-world perspective of your space mission.
How can high-quality, promotional images of a satellite be obtained directly from space? How can a satellite’s health be monitored and its problems trouble-shot without relying solely on on-board sensors?
And, most crucially, how can operators prove that the satellite has made it safely to space (in its target orbit) and is fulfilling its objectives as planned? DCUBED's Space Selfie Stick offers an answer to these questions.
The Space Selfie Stick is a compact, 80 cm, self-unfurling boom (essentially acting as an extendable arm) with a commercial selfie camera on its end.
The entire system compactly fits within a 100 x 100 x 40mm volume (0.4U) and can be deployed upon command using DCUBED's miniature pin-puller actuator to take a selfie-style picture once the satellite is in orbit.
It is also possible to deploy several selfie sticks if multiple cameras are needed, either for simultaneous shots of the satellite from different angles or for system redundancy.
The Space Selfie Stick could be a great addition to any space mission and has been designed to offer significant value in terms of mission assurance, marketing potential, and investor relations.
- Stowed Volume: 100 x 100 x 50 mm3 (0.5U)
- Mass: < 500 grams
- 80cm deployed boom length
- Up to 8 Megapixel
- Wide angle lens
- Scalable design IOD mission launched on SpaceX Transporter-3
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Last updated: 2022-11-16