Спутник технологический. BeakerSat-1. [Редактировать]

КА BeakerSat-1 (другие наименования Eagle-1 и SWESat) и $50SAT (другое наименование Eagle-2) созданы аспирантами американского Морехидского государственного университета, они предназначены для отработки перспективных технологий

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#Наименования
1Страна производитель - США
2Страна оператор(владелец) - США

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#ХарактеристикаЗначение
1Космодром Пусковая база Ясный
2Дата пуска2013-11-21 at 07:10:00 UTC
3Полезная нагрузка 1xAprizesat 7
4Полезная нагрузка 1xSkySat 1
5Полезная нагрузка 1xSTSAT 3
6Полезная нагрузка 1xDubaiSat 2
7Полезная нагрузка 1xWNISAT-1
8Полезная нагрузка 1xBRITE-PL
9Полезная нагрузка 1xAprizesat 8
10Полезная нагрузка 1xUniSat-5
11Полезная нагрузка 1xDelfi-n3Xr
12Полезная нагрузка 1xDove-3
13Полезная нагрузка 1xDove-4
14Полезная нагрузка 1xTriton-1
15Полезная нагрузка 1xCINEMA 1
16Полезная нагрузка 1xCINEMA 2
17Полезная нагрузка 1xOPTOS
18Полезная нагрузка 1xCubeBug-2
19Полезная нагрузка 1xGOMX-1
20Полезная нагрузка 1xNEE-02
21Полезная нагрузка 1xFUNcube-1
22Полезная нагрузка 1xHiNCube
23Полезная нагрузка 1xZACUBE-1
24Полезная нагрузка 1xICube-1
25Полезная нагрузка 1xHumSat-D
26Полезная нагрузка 1xPUCP-SAT-1
27Полезная нагрузка 1xFirst-MOVE
28Полезная нагрузка 1xUWE-3
29Полезная нагрузка 1xVELOX-P-2
30Полезная нагрузка 1xBeakerSat-1
31Полезная нагрузка 1x$50SAT
32Полезная нагрузка 1xQubeScout-S1
33Полезная нагрузка 1xWren
34Полезная нагрузка 1xPocket-PUCP
35Ракета-носитель 1xДнепр

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Дата загрузки: 2017-03-10
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... at Morehead State University). The BeakerSat-2 spacecraft is designed to provide... FREQUENCY STANDFigure 5. BeakerSat-1CAD Model (Left) and Photograph (Right). BeakerSat-1 will ARDIZATION..., BeakerSat-1 has been built and awaits launch in 2014. The BeakerSat-1 spacecraft... the spacecraft radar cross section. BeakerSat-1 uses the bus, power systems...



Дата загрузки: 2016-12-11
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.../13 $50SAT / BeakerSat 2 / Eagle 2 Kentucky Space 4 11/21/13 BeakerSat 1 / Eagle 1 Kentucky...



Дата загрузки: 2017-01-30
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... для отработки перспективных технологий. КА BeakerSat-1 (другие наименования Eagle-1 и SWESat) и $50SAT..., Германия, 1 кг UWE 1, ESA, 1 кг Beakersat 1, США VELOX-P2, Сингапур, 1 кг...



Дата загрузки: 2017-04-09
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... (Германия) UWE-3 (Германия) VELOX-P-2 (Сингапур) BeakerSat-1 (США) $50SAT (США) QubeScout-S1...



Дата загрузки: 2017-12-10
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...-1 and the PocketQubes Wren , Eagle-1 (BeakerSat), Eagle-2 ($50Sat) , QB-Scout1. PUCP...



Дата загрузки: 2017-12-10
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"Tiny" Satellite Built by SSU and Morehead State University Students is now in Orbit A very small satellite built by a team of Sonoma State University (SSU) and Morehead State University (MSU) students has been successfully launched into outer space to measure the magnetic field of the earth. Called T-LogoQube, the one-pound satellite measuring 5 cm x 5 cm x 15 cm, was carried by a Russian DNEPR-1 rocket as it thundered into orbit on Nov. 21 from Dombarovsky Cosmodrome at Yasny, Russia. It carried an Italian micro-satellite called Unisat-5 which actually released the student-made satellite into space. It was the first such launch for SSU and breaks new ground for the University's physics and astronomy department allowing it to do space-based measurements with its own satellite. T-LogoQube is measuring the Earth's magnetic field in order to determine the satellite's pointing direction. It uses on-board magnetic torque coils to control its orientation and crosses Sonoma County at noon and midnight every 24 hours. The satellite transmits magnetic field and other data to ground stations at Dr. Garrett Jernigan's Little HBar Ranch in Petaluma, Calif. and the Space Science Center in Morehead, Kentucky. Jernigan is one of the mentors for the project along with MSU professor Bob Twiggs. The first data packets were received and decoded using the Little H-Bar Ranch ground system on Nov. 23. Commands were successfully sent back to T-LogoQube the next day from the radio transmitter at the ranch. T-LogoQube was built by about a dozen undergraduate students from SSU's Department of Physics and Astronomy (led by Chair Lynn Cominsky) and MSU's Department of Earth and Space Science in Kentucky (led by Chair Ben Malphrus). The Space Science Center at MSU conducts ground systems operations for and is partially supported by Kentucky Space, directed by Kris Kimel. Physics major Kevin Zack was the lead student on the entire project, while Sean McNeil and Will Roche led the MSU effort. Zack won the American Physical Society Far West's section Steven Chu Award for Undergraduate Research for his talk about the satellite at the sectional meeting held at SSU in early November. Other SSU physics students involved in the project are Ben Cunningham, Hunter Mills and Lauryn Loudermilk. SSU equipment technician Steve Anderson also provided important support in establishing an earlier testing facility in Darwin Hall on the SSU campus. At SSU, this project was supported by Professor Cominsky's NASA Education and Public Outreach group, and by a recent award through the SSU Provost's undergraduate research fund. After being tested at MSU's Space Science Center, Professor Malphrus took the T-LogoQube to Italy where Sean McNeil installed it into the Unisat-5. Malphrus then accompanied Unisat-5 to Russia for the launch. The Nov. 21 launch was the first to deploy PocketQubes, the smallest class of satellites ever operated in orbit. T-LogoCube is one of four PocketQubes launched from Unisat-5. PocketQubes are smaller versions of CubeSats: the PocketQube concept was originated by MSU Prof. Bob Twiggs. Both CubeSats and PocketQubes provide excellent educational opportunities for students as they are relatively inexpensive to build. Prior to launch, T-LogoQube was known by several other names: "Eagle-1", "BeakerSat-2" and "MagPocketQube." It was renamed after launch, a common tradition for successfully operating satellites. The "T" in T-LogoQube stands for "tiny". The "Logo" in T-LogoQube refers to the Logo programming language, which has been used for the first time on orbit. Logo software development was contributed by Brian Silverman, president of the Playful Invention Company (PICO). His brother Barry Silverman of Disus Inc. also made significant contributions to the ground system.



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... (Thunder) ASUSat 1 AubieSat-1 AubieSat-2,3 AubieSat-2,3 BeakerSat 1 University of Alaska University US...



Дата загрузки: 2017-02-06
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... 2 US 186 2013.11.24 Beakersat 1 arba Eagle 1, arba SWEsat US...



Дата загрузки: 2016-10-31
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... YAOGAN 19 $50SAT APRIZESAT 7 APRIZESAT 8 BEAKERSAT-1 DELFI-N3XT DOVE-3 DOVE-4 DUBAISAT...



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... (Германия) UWE-3 (Германия) VELOX-P-2 (Сингапур) BeakerSat-1 (США) $50SAT (США) QubeScout-S1...