Спутник технологический. KySat 3. [Редактировать]

KySat-3 это одноюнитовый кубсат, который имеет массу 1 кг и габариты 10х10х10 см.  Спутник был разработан университетом Кентуки и государственным университетом Морхеда. Целью миссии является отработка гироскопов.

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... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 1   Chris Mitchell, Max... KYSat-2 4/28/2013 2     Space Systems Lab K-Bus Distributed Communications and Power KySat-2 Overview Imaging Payload A Distributed Command and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 4    Develop a standard bus... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 5 A Distributed Command and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 6  SPA-based SDM... ASIM ◦ Implemented on COSMIAC’s Trailblazer, KySat-2, and on the CubeLab Bus... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 7   Modular, scalable distributed... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 8 A Distributed Command and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 9  Goals: ◦ Distributed processing... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 10 Deployment Board... KYSat-2 4/28/2013 11 A Distributed Command and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 13  Development board... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 14   Infer attitude... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 15 Detected Stars... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 16    CMOS Sensor... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 17    K-Bus is... power bus for small spacecraft KYSat-2 has a distributed command system and... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 18 Jason Rexroat... KYSat-2 4/28/2013 19 A Distributed Command and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 22 Observe the... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 23 /3 0  Convolution filter... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 24 /3 0 “Centroiding”, aka... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 20 4/28/2013 25 25... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 26 /3 0   RANSAC: iterative... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 27 /3 0 Stellar Gyroscope... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 28 /3 0    Assuming perfect... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 29 /3 0    Assuming perfect... and Data Handling Architecture for KYSat-2 4/28/2013 30 /3 0



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... a series of nanosatellites including Kysat-1 and KySat-2 with the Kentucky Space program... economic development in Kentucky. KySat-2 is a replacement for KySat-1 which was launched... NASA's Glory Mission. KySat-2 is a direct replacement for KySat-1having the same... . The primary goal of the KySat series is two-fold: 1.) to... in general. KySat Series of Nanosatellites The Kentucky Satellite (KySat) series of... as a test bed for the KySat standard bus and experimental payloads... Science The KySat-2 cube implements a number of improvements over KySat-1 including, deployable... Figure 2. KySat-1 (Left) and KySat-2 (Right). The Objective of the KySat Series of... the primary ground station for KySat-1, KySat-2 and the Cosmic X-Ray Background...



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The KySat Consortium http://www.kysat.com CubeSat Developers’ Workshop Logan, Utah 11 August 2007 Ownership Consortium Mission Partners 11 August 2007 2/13 Current KySat Projects † Space Express „ „ „ † Training Mission Sub-Orbital Non-Recoverable Launch December ‘07 KySat1 „ „ „ Foundation for Advanced KySat Missions K-12 Target Audience Launch in 3Q ‘08 11 August 2007 3/13 KySat Major Milestones † † † † May ‘06 KySat Consortium was created. May ‘07 KySat1 Engineering Model was Built June ’07 KySat Announced the Launch of Space Express June ’07 KySat1 Successfully Entered the Test Pod 11 August 2007 4/13 Space Express Mission † † † † † Did you get to space? Did it work? Training Mission Flight Testing Hardware and Software Flight Testing Processes 11 August 2007 5/13 Space Express Payload Rubber Duck Antenna Tail Micro Trak 300 RBF Switch Telemetry Sensors Batteries Nose Cone 11 August 2007 6/13 KySat1 Mission Objectives † The Purpose „ „ „ † The Plan „ „ „ 11 August 2007 Build technological interest in Students Science, Technology, Engineering, Math K-12, 13-16, 17 plus… Design an Attractive Concept of Operations Design and Build a Satellite to Enable ConOps Provide Educational and On-Orbit Support 7/13 Concept of Operations † Basic Mode „ Capabilities † † † „ „ † Audio Playback Photo Capture Audio Telemetry Actions Initiated Automatically or Radio Keypad No computer required for “playground station” Advanced Mode „ Capabilities † † „ „ Upload data Download data Transactions archived on server Additional hardware required 11 August 2007 8/13 KySat1 COTS Components † Pumpkin’s CubeSat Kit „ „ „ † † † † † Frame FM430 HCC-Embedded FAT File System Microhard S-Band Radio Clyde Space EPS StenSat UHF/VHF Radio Spectrolab Solar Cells CO Media JPEG Camera 11 August 2007 9/13 KySat Ground Segment † Main Ground Station „ „ † Secondary Ground Stations „ „ „ † † † 11 August 2007 S-Band Communications Primary Data Pipeline K-12 School Users Ham Radio Enthusiasts Kentucky Universities Data Packet Network KySat.com End Users 10/13 What Will KySat1 Do? † Payloads „ „ † Photographs S-Band Radio (High Bandwidth) Audio „ „ Playback Audible Telemetry † Data „ „ „ † Other „ „ „ 11 August 2007 Morse Code Digital Beacons File Transfer DTMF Commanding Command Schedule Power Mode Switching 11/13 Standout Differences † † † † † † † † Automatic Packet Reporting System Compatible Morehead 21-Meter S-Band Communications S-Band Radio as Payload KySat System Support Module KySat Payload Interface Module Audio Telemetry Rapid Design & Build K-12 Educational Focus 11 August 2007 12/13 http://www.kysat.com Tyler J Doering tyler.doering@gmail.com



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KySat‐1 Status Lessons Learned Tyler J. Doering http://www.kysat.com CubeSat Developers’ Workshop San Luis Obispo, CA 11 April 2008 Outline † † † † † Introduction to KySat Space Express KySat-1 Status CubeSat Infrastructure Lessons Learned 11 April 2008 CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 2/14 Ownership Consortium Mission Partners 11 April 2008 CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 3/14 Kentucky Space Enterprise † Technology „ „ „ „ † STEM Learning „ „ „ † Satellites Every 12-18 Months KySat Bus Standard On-Orbit Operations Network Cubesat Test Capability Payload Design Opportunities On-orbit Learning Applications K-12 Outreach Emphasis Commercial Applications „ „ 11 April 2008 Kentucky Spin-offs Experimental Payloads CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 4/14 Space Express Mission † † † † † Sub-Orbital Training Mission Flight Testing Hardware and Software Flight Testing Processes Working with Launch Integrator Going to Space 11 April 2008 CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 5/14 The Launch † † † † 11 April 2008 Launched December 5th White Sand Missile Range Super Loki Sounding Rocket First 1.5 Seconds were Perfect CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 6/14 Super Loki Smoke Trail † † † † Dramatic Roll/Yaw “Maneuver” Payload Sent a Packet at T+7 Seconds (Survived the Break-Up) Possible Failure in Composite Tube Mission Takeaways „ „ „ 11 April 2008 Integrator Communication Mission Deliverables Launch/Integration Schedule CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 7/14 Smoke Trail Back to KY 11 April 2008 CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 8/14 KySat-1 Mission Objectives † The Purpose „ „ „ † Build Technological Interest in Students Science, Technology, Engineering, Math K-12, 13-16, 17 plus… The Plan „ „ „ Attractive Concept of Operations Provide a Satellite to Enable ConOps Provide Educational and On-Orbit Support 11 April 2008 CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 9/14 KySat-1 Bus † † † † † † † † KySat Solar Cells Arrays Pumpkin Frame Pumpkin FM430 Microhard S-Band Radio KySat System Support Module Clyde Space EPS StenSat UHF/VHF Radio KySat Payload Interface Module 11 April 2008 CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 10/14 Status of KySat-1 † Engineering Model Complete „ „ „ † † † † Flight Software Testing and Integration Hardware Stack Completed Mechanical Integration Testing of Engineering Model Facilities Established Assembling Flight Model Testing Flight Model 11 April 2008 CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 11/14 CubeSat Infrastructure † † † † † † † Cleanroom Vibration Facilities Anechoic Chamber Thermal Vacuum Chamber 2 UHF/VHF Ground Stations 21-M S-Band Ground Station Services Available 11 April 2008 CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 12/14 Lessons Learned † Project Management „ „ † Multi-University Team 1 Satellite, 6 Universities Establishing Facilities takes Time and Energy „ Talent Recruiting „ „ „ † † Getting Good Students Keeping a Large Team Involved Always Training Replacements Establishing and Maintaining Schedules „ 11 April 2008 Schedule Documents Length of Past Tasks, to Predict Duration of Future Tasks † † Developing Techniques on Flight Hardware COTS Hardware „ † Never too Early to Start Tracking Satellites and Vibrating Hardware Still Takes a Large Integration Effort Industry Collaboration „ Belcan CubeSat Developers’ Workshop 13/14 http://www.kysat.com Tyler J. Doering tyler.doering@gmail.com



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...’oponopono-2, 23 University of Kentucky—KySat-2, 24 University of Alabama—ChargerSat...’oponopno-2 (H-2), 23 University of Kentucky—KySat-2, 24 University of Alabama—ChargerSat... program manager. University of Kentucky—KySat-2 Martin, who also attended the..., shortly after the launch of KySat-1. KySat-2 successfully launched on November 19...://ssl.engineering.uky.edu/missions/ KySat-2 is a 1U CubeSat class satellite...’s note: Much of the preceeding KySat-2 information was nine parts that... are then released which allow KySat-2 to communicate back to the... the needs. Many of the KySat-2 team attended the annual CubeSat... overall program: KySat-2 diagram courtesy of the University of Kentucky’s KySat-2 team...



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... deployable solar panels on the KySat-2; camera annulus, lens cover, deployable... and battery holders. Twyman Clements, KySat-2 Project Manager at Kentucky Space... 3D printed components on the KySat-2… One of the sub-systems... achieve the right components for KySat-2.” KySat-2 was launched on board a Minotaur... to on-board batteries. The KySat-2 will remain operational as long...



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... Passive Magnetic Stabilization system of KySat-1, a one-unit CubeSat designed by... of Aeronautics and Astronautics IV. KySat-1 Passive Magnetic Stability System Design... to stabilize KySat-1, the first CubeSat developed by Kentucky Space. KySat-1 is... antennas’ main lobes towards Kentucky. KySat-1 uses a set of Alnico-5 permanent.... Figure 10 is a model of KySat-1, the magnets are located at... the permanent magnet stability system, KySat-1 should perform two rotations per... of the 1-U CubeSat form factor. B. KySat-1 Passive Magnetic Stability System Design The permanent magnet strength on KySat-1 was chosen to overcome the... of hysteresis material on-board KySat-1 was chosen to be in... shows the simulation results of KySat-1 in the attitude propagator that... the magnetic poles. Figure 10. KySat-1. Passive Magnetic Stabilization System is... of Aeronautics and Astronautics Table 4. KySat-1 Passive Magnetic Stabilization System Simulation... 20 Time (hours) Figure 11. KySat-1 Attitude Response Plot. 13 American... values with a comfortable stability margin. KySat-1, which is developed by Kentucky...



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Orbital Environment Simulator for Small Satellites Daniel Erb Space Systems Laboratory University of Kentucky Overview Space Environment Orbital Environment Simulator Attitude Propagator Capabilities Attitude Stabilization Techniques KySat-1: Passive Magnetic Stability Summary 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 2 Introduction CubeSat Standard Standard launch mechanism: P-POD Easy access to space Volume, Mass, and Power Constraints Passive Stability 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop KySat-1 3 Magnetic Field Cause of disturbance torques Can be utilized for stabilization and angular rate damping Magnet Placement in KySat-1 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 4 Gravity Gradient Torque Distributed mass experience different gravitational attraction across the body Axis of least inertia lines up with the gravity field lines Major Disturbance Torque for Asymmetric Satellites in LEO PuTEMP (concept) - Purdue 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 5 Orbital Environment Simulator Adjustable Spacecraft Description and Orbit Mass and Inertia Matrix Magnets and Hysteresis Material Orbital Elements Simulate Effect of Orbital Environment on Satellite Attitude (in 6DOF): Gravity Gradient Magnetic Torques Magnetic Hysteresis Material 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 6 Main Window 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 7 Attitude Propagator 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 8 Capabilities Attitude Propagation (Gravity Gradient, Magnetic, and Hysteresis) Stability System Design Verification Plotting and Animation (STK) Extension to Active Attitude Control Systems Reaction wheels Magnetic torquers 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 9 Design Example Implemented on KySat-1 Polar Orbit Align with Magnetic Field Permanent Magnets Dampen Motion Hysteresis Material (HyMu80) 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 10 Design Space Magnet Strength proportional to worst-case disturbance torque Hysteresis material amount proportional to magnet strength 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 11 Simulator Results 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 12 KySat-1: Animation 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 13 Conclusion Orbital Environment Simulator Passive Stabilization Magnetic Hysteresis Damping Magnetic Stabilization Aerodynamic Stability in LEO 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 14 Thank You Daniel Erb Samir Rawashdeh Space Systems Laboratory Electrical & Computer Engineering University of Kentucky daniel.erb@uky.edu sar@iee.org www.kentuckyspace.com Two-body Orbital Model 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 16 Gravity Gradient Model ue R0 J 4/28/2010 gravity gradient torque unit vector towards nadir distance from the center of Earth to the satellite inertia matrix geocentric gravitational constant CubeSat Summer Workshop 17 Magnetic Torque Modeling Magnetic Torque Earth Magnetic Model Dipole Model NOAA World Magnetic Model Simulink Model finds magnetic field at satellite position, then calculates the torque affecting the satellite dipole. 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 18 Aerodynamic Modeling Aerodynamic Torque Geometry Modeling Atmosphere modeling Simulink Model uses a look up table generated in advance to describe a certain satellite to find the total aerodynamic torque affecting the satellite 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 19 Magnetic Hysteresis Magnetization curve Given Earth magnetic field, magnetic dipole of damping material is found Magnetic dipole of damping material interacts with the magnetic field and causes a torque 4/28/2010 CubeSat Summer Workshop 20



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... Parts for CubeSats; Experiences From KySat-2 and PrintSat Using Windform XT... Parts for CubeSats; Experiences From KySat-2 and PrintSat Using Windform XT...’s Wallops Flight Facility including KySat-2, a 1U CubeSat. KySat-2 was built with 10...



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CubeSat ELaNa Launch on Glory Mission OVERVIEW NASA will launch a class of small research satellites called “CubeSats” for three univerEducational Launch of Nanosatellite, or lites is manifested as an auxiliary payload on the Taurus XL launch vehicle for NASA’s Glory mission, planned for liftoff on Feb. 23. NASA’s Launch Services Program at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida manages the ELaNa project. This set of CubeSats was selected through a competitive process, working with consortia under the existing National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program. Future CubeSat launches will be selected and prioritized via NASA’s Space Operations Mission Directorate’s CubeSat Launch Initiative. Two additional competitive selections were conducted during 2010. Basic CubeSat Facts: • Built to standard dimensions (Units or U) of 10x10x11 centimeters - about 4 inches • Can be from 1U to 3U in size • Weigh about 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) per U CUBESAT DEPLOYMENT For the Glory mission, there will be a single Poly Picosatellite Orbital Deployer (P-POD) attached to the Taurus XL rocket’s stage 3 Hermes A CubeSat created by University of Colorado, designated as Hermes, is pictured above. Its mission is to improve CubeSat communications through the in-orbit testing of a high data-rate communication system that will allow large quantities of data to be downlinked. NASAfacts National Aeronautics and Space Administration Explorer-1 Prime (Unit 1) Pictured above is a CubeSat created by Montana State University— designated as Explorer-1 Prime, or E1P—to honor the launch and discoveries of the Explorer-1 mission, which detected the Van Allen radiation belts more than 50 years ago. E1P carries a miniature Geiger tube to measure intensity and variability of electrons in the Van Allen belts. KySat-1 Pictured above is a CubeSat created by Kentucky Space, a consortium of state universities, and designated as KySat-1. It includes a camera to Kentucky students in K-12. The satellite also has a 2.4-gigahertz indusbandwidth communications in the license-free portion of the S-band. aft skirt, which is capable of deploying the three CubeSats. The Kennedy Space Center adapted the P-POD, which was designed and manufactured by the California Polytechnic State University in partnership with Stanford of Defense, commercial, and Russian launch vehicles. As the Taurus XL rocket reaches an altitude of 640 kilometers (about 400 miles) the Glory spacecraft will be deployed. The CubeSats will separate from the P-POD about 10 seconds after Glory has completed separation. The Taurus launch vehicle will provide an indication that the P-POD door has opened and the CubeSats have been released. At this point, the CubeSats will be in orbit. After 45 minutes, the CubeSat transmitters will turn on and the universities’ ground stations will listen for their respective beacons. The universities will determine and announce the operational status of their CubeSats. SAFETY AND MISSION ASSURANCE complied with the P-POD requirements and provided for mission assurance. NASA jointly conducted a mission readiness review and conducted mission integration and FOR MORE INFORMATION: For additional information about NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative program, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/directorates/somd/home/CubeSats_ initiative.html For additional information about the ELaNa CubeSats, visit: Hermes: http://spacegrant.colorado.edu/COSGC_Projects/ co3sat/ KySat-1: http://kysat.typepad.com/my_weblog/kysat-1/ Explorer-1 (Prime): http://www.ssel.montana.edu/ explorer-1_prime/ ELaNa Launch on Glory Public Affairs Contacts: NASA Headquarters – Joshua Buck, jbuck@nasa.gov, 202-358-1100 Stephanie Schierholz, stephanie.schierholz@nasa.gov, 202-358-1100 Michael Curie, michael.curie@nasa.gov, 202-358-1100 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Headquarters 300 E Street SW Washington, DC 20546 www.nasa.gov NASA Facts NF-2011-01-530-HQ