The Kongsberg NanoAvionics M6P is a 6U nanosatellite bus designed for NewSpace applications.

It has three standard performance configurations – Light, Mid, and Max – that have been specifically designed to meet these criteria, while ensuring a significant amount of available payload space, and is equally well-suited for single-satellite missions or constellations.

The M6P’s onboard systems are flight-proven and are pre-configured, to simplify and speed up integration. This allows customers to focus more time and effort on higher-level mission tasks, such as optimizing payload performance or testing new services.

The bus also has a decentralized data system that enables fast data rates and an optional high-impulse propulsion unit can also be included so that mission objectives and timelines can be extended or adjusted if required.

Flight heritage

The system has achieved flight heritage. The product M6P was used in Bravo, a 6U nanosatellite launched in 24 January 2021, Charlie, a 6U nanosatellite launched in 28 April 2021, and Tiger-2, a 6U nanosatellite launched in 29 June 2021.

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Last updated: 2024-02-05

M6P - 6U Nanosatellite Bus



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