As a standard specification of satellite, CubeSat has been widely used in scientific experiments, remote sensing, space communication and other fields in recent years. Based on the standard 6U structure, the MN6U platform developed by MINOSpace which can provide satellite platform with highly customized, rapid manufacturing and reliable quality for customer.

Payload volume is no less than 1.5U and a payload power supply is no less than 10W, which can meet the temperature, power supply and communication requirements for various types of payloads.

The first satellite based on MN6U platform was launched on December 7th, 2018. It was equipped with a remote sensing camera with a resolution of [email protected] and a swath width of 25km. The maximum data downloading rate is 4Mbps. At present, the satellite performs reliably in orbit. 􏰀

Main feature

◼ Standard structure, each component can be customized or purchased at home and abroad.

◼ Modular design, can be procured as the whole satellite or only part of the payload volume.

◼ Standardized launch separation mechanism and can be launched by all types of launch vehicles at home and abroad.

◼ Short manufacturing cycle, delivery cycle about 6months.

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Last updated: 2020-09-11

MN6U 6U CubeSat



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