Спутник ДЗЗ. QSAT-EOS. [Редактировать]

QSAT-EOS (Kyushu Satellite for Earth Observation System Demonstration) или Tsukushi это микроспутник наблюдения Земли построенный Университетом Kyushu.

Дополнительные наименования

#НаименованияПоиск в новостяхПоиск в документах
1TsukushiНайтиНайти

Дополнительная классификация

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

Технические характеристики

#ХарактеристикаЗначение
1Масса, кг49

Информация об удачном запуске

#ХарактеристикаЗначение
1Космодром Пусковая база Ясный
2Дата пуска2014-11-06
3Полезная нагрузка 1xASNARO 1
4Полезная нагрузка 1xChubuSat 1
5Полезная нагрузка 1xHodoyoshi 1
6Полезная нагрузка 1xQSAT-EOS
7Полезная нагрузка 1xTsubame
8Ракета-носитель 1xДнепр

Найдено 24 документов по запросу «QSAT-EOS». [Перейти к поиску]


Дата загрузки: 2016-11-02
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... otros 4 satélites (Hodoyoshi-1, ChubuSat-1, QSAT-EOS y Tsubame). Fue enviado a una órbita...-1, ASNARO-1, QSAT-EOS y Tsubame). Fue enviado a una órbita polar heliosincrónica. QSAT-EOS 06... otros 4 satélites (ASNARO-1, ChubuSat-1, QSAT-EOS y Tsubame). Fue enviado a una órbita... el montaje, y lleva una cámara EOS-D aportada por la empresa Satrec...



Дата загрузки: 2017-04-24
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..., experimental informationgathering satellites, including the QSAT-EOS (Tsukushi), Hodoyoshi 1, and Tsubame satellites... taking place underground. 20 NASA. “QSAT-EOS,” NASA Space Science Data Coordinated... [Accessed 25 March 2016]. NASA. “QSAT-EOS,” NASA Space Science Data Coordinated...



Дата загрузки: 2016-12-02
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... around Japan. Asnaro-1, Hodoyoshi-1, ChubuSat-1, QSAT-EOS and Tsubame Asnaro-1, the first... system of the camera. The QSAT-EOS satellite was specifically designed for...



Дата загрузки: 2016-12-16
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... selected nations 28 Figure 31 EOS economic benefit to Australia 29.... Source: [91] 28 In Australia, EOS alone contributed direct economic benefits... Allen Consulting) [92] found that EOS returns approximately AUD$5.3 billion to... year, and the use of EOS services generated around 9000 new... employed as a direct result of EOS services by 2025 (see Figure 31) [92]. FIGURE 31: EOS ECONOMIC BENEFIT TO AUSTRALIA Activity...). Australia does not own any EOS satellites and depends on access.../12/2011 1999-068A 25994 EOS-AM Terra USA/Canada/Japa.../12/1999 2004-026A 28376 EOS-CHEM Aura USA Goddard Space Flight Center/EOS Data and Operations System 15... (Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer for EOS, EOS PM-1) USA/Japan/Brazil NASA...) 7/05/2013 2014-070D 40301 Qsat-EOS (KYUshu SATellite - Earth Observation System...



Дата загрузки: 2017-06-15
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... small satellite for remote sensing (QSAT/EOS) and value added tealeaves ”Eisei...



Дата загрузки: 2017-06-15
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Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 17, EGU2015-4664, 2015 EGU General Assembly 2015 © Author(s) 2015. CC Attribution 3.0 License. Research and Development on In-Situ Measurement Sensors for Micro-Meteoroid and Small Space Debris at JAXA Yukihito Kitazawa (1,2,3), Haruhisa Matsumoto (2), Osamu Okudaira (2), Yugo Kimoto (2), Toshiya Hanada (4), Yasuhiro Akahoshi (5), Faure Pauline (5), Akira Sakurai (6), Kunihiro Funakoshi (6), and Testuo Yasaka (6) (1) IHI Corporatio, Tokyo, Japan (kitazawa@planeta.sci.isas.jaxa.jp), (2) Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Ibaraki, Japan, (3) Institute of Space and Astronautical Science/Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (ISAS/JAXA), Kanagawa,Japan, (4) Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, (5) Kyushu Institute of Technology, Fukuoka, Japan, (6) Institute for Q-shu Pioneers of Space, Inc.(iQPS), Fukuoka, Japan The history of Japanese R&D into in-situ sensors for micro-meteoroid and orbital debris (MMOD) measurements is neither particularly long nor short. Research into active sensors started for the meteoroid observation experiment on the HITEN (MUSES-A) satellite of ISAS/JAXA launched in 1990, which had MDC (Munich Dust Counter) on-board sensors for micro meteoroid measurement. This was a collaboration between Technische Universität München and ISAS/JAXA. The main purpose behind the start of passive sensor research was SOCCOR, a late 80’s Japan-US mission that planned to capture cometary dust and return to the Earth. Although this mission was canceled, the research outcomes were employed in a JAXA micro debris sample return mission using calibrated aerogel involving the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station. There have been many other important activities apart from the above, and the knowledge generated from them has contributed to JAXA’s development of a new type of active dust sensor. JAXA and its partners have been developing a simple in-situ active dust sensor of a new type to detect dust particles ranging from a hundred micrometers to several millimeters. The distribution and flux of the debris in the size range are not well understood and is difficult to measure using ground observations. However, it is important that the risk caused by such debris is assessed. In-situ measurement of debris in this size range is useful for 1) verifying meteoroid and debris environment models, 2) verifying meteoroid and debris environment evolution models, and 3) the real time detection of explosions, collisions and other unexpected orbital events. Multitudes of thin, conductive copper strips are formed at a fine pitch of 100 um on a film 12.5 um thick of nonconductive polyimide. An MMOD particle impact is detected when one or more strips are severed by being perforated by such an impact. This sensor is simple to produce and use and requires almost no calibration as it is essentially a digital system. Based on this sensor technology, the Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech) has designed and developed an educational version of the sensor, which is currently on board the nano-satellite Horyu-II, which was built at Kyutech and launched on May 18, 2012 by JAXA. Although the sensor has a very small sensing area, sensor data were nonetheless successfully received. Moreover, a laboratory version of the sensor fitted on QSAT-EOS (“Tsukushi”), a small satellite, was be launched in November 2014. This version was developed and manufactured by Japan’s QPS Institute to evaluate the sensor’s capability regarding hypervelocity impact experiments at JAXA. JAXA’s flight version, to be employed on satellites and/or the ISS, will be ready soon and a flight demonstration will be conducted on KOUNOTORI (HTV) in 2015. This paper reports on the R&D into in-situ measurement MMOD sensors at JAXA.



Дата загрузки: 2017-05-20
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... University of Tokyo Remote Sensing QSAT-EOS SSO Kyushu University Kyushu University...



Дата загрузки: 2017-05-20
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... 76058174/1026 ASNARO 1, Hodoyoshi-1, Kinshachi 1, QSAT-EOS, Днепр Tsubame 5107681109 Союз-ФГ...



Дата загрузки: 2017-05-21
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... University of Tokyo Remote Sensing QSAT-EOS SSO Kyushu University Kyushu University...



Дата загрузки: 2016-10-31
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... with Optical Navigation) ........................................................................................................... 178 4.24. QSat-EOS (Kyushu Satellite for Earth Observation...