Standard configuration of the bus is optimized for IoT, M2M, ADS-B, AIS, other commercial and emergency communication applications, and scientific missions. Hardware layout allows the maximization of volume available for the payload and ensures robust power properties and thermal control for sensitive payloads, such as measurement and sensing instruments. To ensure the practical reliability of the bus, radiation-resistant components and design implementations are involved to support critical systems such as the Flight Computer, Payload Controller, Electric Power System and Communication System. The bus is optimized to have a nominal 5 years operational lifetime in a Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) environment.
NanoAvionics also provides M3P-optimized launch support for PSLVs (India) as well as have an access to SpaceX Falcon 9, Soyuz, Vega, Long March, Orbital Sciences Antares, Rocket Lab and Atlas V launch vehicles. Activities cover technical aspects related to flight preparation of the spacecraft, including integration with the deployer to be provided or supervised by NanoAvionics before delivery to the launch pad, and on-site prior to launch. Furthermore, NanoAvionics support includes the coordination of logistics and arrangement of mission-specific documents. As a flight-ready satellite contains mission- specific hardware, the launch opportunity shall be discussed in more detail covering each particular mission’s case.
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Last updated: 2020-09-16