Спутник ДЗЗ. NIUSAT. [Редактировать]

NIUSAT это космический аппарат который был разработан индийским Noorul Islam Centre for Higher Education и оснащен широкообзорным сенсором (MWiFS) для съемки поверхности Земли в интересах сельского хозяйства и помощи при природных катастрофах. Разработчиком аппарата выступали студенты. 

Дополнительная классификация

1Тип орбиты - НОО
2Страна оператор(владелец) - Индия
3Страна производитель - Индия
4Тип оператора(владельца) - государственный
5Все спутники ДЗЗ

Технические характеристики

1Масса, кг12
2Масса (платформы), кг2.7
3Габариты, см270 x 270 x 270
4Полезная нагрузка
5Скорость (потока данных от сенсора), Мбит/с14
6Количество (спектральных диапазонов), шт.3
7Емкость (запоминающего устройства), гБайт32
8Разрешающая способность, метра50-80
9Процессор (бортового компьютера)двух ядерный, 32 битный
10Формат данныхJPEG 2000
11Полоса захвата, км100-180
12Квантование, бит8

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... A STUDENT NANO SATELLITE BUS MODULE (NIUSAT MARK-I) ................................................................................... 6913 Neelakandan Pradeesh Kumar...

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... be part of the nanosatellite NIUSAT to be launched in early...

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... UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory (SFL). • NIUSAT, also known as Keralshree, was...

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... A STUDENT NANO SATELLITE BUS MODULE (NIUSAT MARK-I) Neelakandan Pradeesh Kumar, Noorul...

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..., P. Vala ius fure conena, ubis niusat o terum peri, tam perestisFacierfecus? Etrum...

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