Gravity Space has volume available for sale on its cubesat going to geosynchronous orbit.
Gravity Space has contracted with Space Inventor (Denmark) to build a 16U, multi-use CubeSat spacecraft destined for geosynchronous orbit. The satellite will launch on-board a SpaceX Falcon Heavy booster in Q4 2021. The spacecraft will have multiple payloads including Earth observation, scientific experiments and bring-into-use (BIU) services at Ku, Ka and V/Q frequency bands. The spacecraft has sufficient volume (1U to 3U) to include additional secondary payloads.
An overview of the G-Space 1 mission:
- Spacecraft size: 16U
- Spacecraft mass: 22 kg
- Redundancy: full
- Launch: Q4 2021 on SpaceX Falcon Heavy
- Target orbit: Geosynchronous, orbital slot will change throughout mission liftime
An overview of the secondary payload opportunity offered
- Available volume: Up to 2U continuous, with 1U additional non-continuous
- Available mass: Up to 3 kg
- Available power: 10 to 50 W, depending on duty cycle
- Available TT&C: Link for command and data download, download volume negotiable
- Delivery deadline: 1st April, 2021
Further details are available upon request.
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Last updated: 2020-10-22