Спутник технологический. SporeSat. [Редактировать]

Малый космический аппарат который создан в рамках партнерства Исследовательского центра Эймса (НАСА) и Департамента сельского хозяйства и биологической инженерии Университета Пердью (США) для проведения научных экспериментов, чтобы получить более глубокие знания в области роста живых клеток в условиях действия сил гравитации.

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Дополнительная классификация

#Наименования
1Страна оператор(владелец) - США
2Страна производитель - США
3Тип оператора(владельца) - военные
4Тип орбиты - НОО

Технические характеристики

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1Масса, кг5

Характеристики орбиты

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1Наклонение, град51.6
2Апогей, км288.9
3Перигей, км260.0
4Период, минут89.9
5Длинный диаметр эллипса, км6645

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1Код NSSDC2014-022B

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1Космодром Мыс Канаверал
2Дата пуска2014-04-18 at 19:25:00 UTC
3Полезная нагрузка 1xKickSat
4Полезная нагрузка 1xALLSTAR
5Полезная нагрузка 1xPhoneSat 2.5
6Полезная нагрузка 1xTSAT
7Полезная нагрузка 1xDragon CRS3
8Полезная нагрузка 1xSporeSat
9Ракета-носитель 1xФалькон 9 (вер 1.1) R

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... or Mars. 3 Introduction Project Overview: SporeSat is a fundamental space biology science... in outer space. Science Objective: SporeSat shall determine gravity thresholds for... of Nanosatellite 6 7 7 7 Mission Data Architecture SporeSat Ground Control Experiment UHF for... overnight! Explorer 16 Development board SporeSat - Engineering Development Unit (EDU) 19....) 21 Ready for Integration 22 SporeSat-1 23 Current Status: Launched at... • Implement prioritized changes and prepare SporeSat-2 for Flight – Fall 2014 • And... Mission #1 report - June 2014 Assess SporeSat-1 performance and identify critical areas.../SW) to improve – Summer 2014 SporeSat-2 manifested on ORB-4 – JAN 2015... space environment. We will use SporeSat to study the gravity response... and control for cells. • • • • The SporeSat experiment measures the responses of... fern spores that are onboard SporeSat -- figure out which way is... shoots in the right directions SporeSat results will link modulation of... of gravitation for fern spores SporeSat is a first-of-its-kind... END http://www.nasa.gov/sporesat



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SporeSat Investigating the Gravitational Threshold for Calcium Ion Channel Activation using a Nanosatellite Platform-Based Lab-on-a-Chip SporeSat is an autonomous, free-flying three-unit (3U) spacecraft that will be used to conduct scientific experiments to gain a deeper knowledge of the mechanisms of plant cell gravity sensing. SporeSat is being developed through a partnership between NASA’s Ames Research Center and the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering at Purdue University. Purdue University Principal Investigators are Amani Salim and Jenna L. Rickus. Joon Park is a CoInvestigator on the project, also from Purdue University. SporeSat’s space biology science experiment will investigate the effect of gravity on the reproductive spores of the fern, Ceratopteris richardii. Some plants, including C. richardii, use gravity to determine direction and to guide their roots to grow down into the earth where they find nutrients for growth. Calcium is important to overall plant growth and development, but it also plays a role in the process of sensing gravity and signaling the response of downward plant growth. To better understand the role of the on/off modulation of cellular calcium ion channels in gravity sensing, the SporeSat experiment will measure the effect of different artificial gravity levels on calcium concentrations that result from the opening and closing of these channels. Specifically, the SporeSat experiment will utilize three lab-on-a-chip devices, called bioCDs, that integrate the sensors that allow for real-time measurement of calcium signaling at each of the variable gravity treatments planned for the experiment. In the microgravity environment of Earth orbit, two of the devices will each have a motor to provide artificial (centrifugal) gravity at pre-determined levels. The third device will remain stationary to serve as a microgravity control. Assembled SporeSat Payload (right) and bus (left, ghosted image) Single C. richardii spore (left) and photo of calcium ion measurement microelectrodes on either side of a single spore (right). The SporeSat mission will be flown using a 3U nanosatellite weighing approximately 12 pounds and measuring 14 inches long by 4 inches wide by 4 inches tall. SporeSat will utilize flight-proven spacecraft technologies demonstrated on prior Ames nanosatellite missions such as PharmaSat and Organism/Organic Exposure to Orbital Stresses (O/OREOS) as well as upgrades that increase the hardware integration capabilities with SporeSat science instrumentation. In addition, the SporeSat science payload will serve as a technology platform to evaluate new microsensor technologies for enabling future fundamental biology missions. The Investigators at Purdue University are responsible for development of the science payload, specifically the lab-on-a-chip device that supports and measures the fern spore ion channel activity and, in collaboration with NASA Ames, for measurement electronics circuit board assemblies. NASA Ames is responsible for overall management of the hardware development to include the thermal, power, electrical, and mechanical subsystems of the payload including the mini centrifugal subsystems; integration and test of the payload, and for interfacing the payload with an upgraded nanosatellite spacecraft with updated flight software. NASA Ames is also the lead in the design, fabrication and testing of the payload elements. The SporeSat spacecraft will be contained within a Poly Picosatellite Orbital Deployer (PPOD) during launch, which also deploys the satellite once it is in orbit. SporeSat was Payload Mission Concept (SporeSat Nanosatellite Integrated with SpaceX Deployer). competitively selected for NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative in 2012 and is currently manifested on SpaceX-3 launching from Cape Canaveral in November of 2013. The mission is funded as part of the Space Biology Project at NASA Ames Research Center. Funding for Space Biology comes from the Space Life and Physical Sciences Research and Applications Division within the Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters. For more information, contact: Andres Martinez Project Manager NASA Ames Research Center andres.martinez@nasa.gov Gelsomina Cappuccio Spaceflight Projects Office NASA Ames Research Center mina.cappuccio@nasa.gov Exploded view and photo of prototype of Lab-on-aChip (bioCD) Rotating Assembly that contains and measures fern spores National Aeronautics and Space Administration Ames Research Center Moffett Field, CA 94035 FS #2013-04-04-ARC David Tomko Space Life and Physical Sciences Research and Applications Program Executive NASA Headquarters dtomko@nasa.gov NASA Facts



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... M1 and M2 Microsatellites – EcamSat, Sporesat, Eu:Cropis Advanced Technologies for.../3 WL-2 WetLab-2 On-orbit use SporeSat EcAMSat FHA 4/2 MoO-3 MoO-4 6/30..., CASIS and geneLAB Free Flyers SporeSat ECamSAT 34 Free Flyers - U.S./Russian...



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... spacecraft missions including NASA’s GeneSat, SporeSat, O/OREOS and PharmaSat (Panasonic, 2012... such as Pharmasat, GeneSat, O/OREOS, SporeSat, YamSat, Compass-1, DelfiC-3, and minisatellites...­ ical nanosats, GeneSat, PharmaSat, O/OREOS, SporeSat, EcAMSat, and Biosentinel, all utilize...



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... spacecraft missions including NASA’s GeneSat, SporeSat, O/OREOS and PharmaSat (Panasonic, 2012... such as Pharmasat, GeneSat, O/OREOS, SporeSat, YamSat, Compass-1, DelfiC-3, and minisatellites... biological nanosats, GeneSat, PharmaSat, O/OREOS, SporeSat, EcAMSat, and Biosentinel, all utilize...



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CEL-C Advanced bioCD - A Lab-on-a-Chip centrifuge platform for singlecell electrophysiology study Wan W. Amani Wan Salim Purdue University, USA Abstract Ceratopteris richardii fern spores are an ideal model system for studying single-cell gravi-response due the ability to synchronize the development of the spores during culture. Previous work with the self-referencing probe and cellelectrophysiology lab-on-a-chip (CEL-C) technologies documented an asymmetric and directional transcellular Ca2+ concentration that is influenced by gravity. To further investigate the threshold of Ca2+ channel activation that generates the Ca2+ polarity in C. richardii spores, we have adapted the CEL-C device into a disk version called the bioCD. When the bioCD rotates in microgravity, different gravity thresholds can be experienced by individual fern spores. The fused-silica bioCD consists of thirty-two wells; each well houses a single spore. A pair of all-solid-state ion-selective electrodes in each well provides dual-electrode differential-coupling (DEDC) measurement of Ca2+ concentration at both sides of the spore. Our preliminary 1-g experiments reveal a DEDC signal of 0.4 V when the spore is repeatedly oriented at 180° to the gravity vector during the peak germination period which occurs at 6-9 hours from initiation of germination. This translates to a 22-fold change in calcium concentration between the two sides of the spores. However, when rotations were conducted after the germination period ended, no change in voltage was observed. The results imply that polarity development in fern spores is directed by gravity and that there is a fixed period of gravi-responsiveness from the fern spore. The bioCD technology is intended for the NASA SporeSat mission, an autonomous free-flying 3U spacecraft unit that utilizes flight-proven technologies of previous nanosatellite missions. Biography Dr. Wan W. Amani Wan Salim received her B.Sc. (2001) and M.Sc. (2003) degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota and her Ph.D. (2009) in Biomedical Engineering from Purdue University. In 2009, she joined the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University as a Postdoctoral Researcher and was appointed as a Faculty Fellow. In 2011, she joined the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, also at Purdue University, as a Postdoctoral Researcher in the field of micro/nanofabrication and biosensing. Her current research interests are the design and development of micro-electro-chemical sensors for applications in astrobiology, biomedicine, and agriculture. She is currently the Principal Investigator for a NASA-funded nanosatellite mission called SporeSat. asalim@purdue.edu http://www.omicsgroup.com/conferences/biosensors-bioelectronics-2013/index.php



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... website KickStarter. www.kicksat.net SporeSat Determining Gravitation Sensing Threshold in... in Space Ames Research Center SporeSat is a space biology science mission....gov/centers/ames/engineering/projects/sporesat.html TSAT - TESTSat-Lite Taylor...



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Wan W. Amani Wan Salim et al., J Biosens Bioelectron 2013, 4:3 http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2155-6210.S1.018 2nd International Conference and Exhibition on Biosensors & Bioelectronics June 17-19, 2013 Hilton Chicago/Northbrook, USA CEL-C advanced bioCD -ALab-on-a-Chip centrifuge platform for single-cell electrophysiology study Wan W. Amani Wan Salim1, Joon Hyeong Park1, Antonio J. Ricco2, Andres Martinez2, Aaron Schooley2, Bob Ricks2, Abraham Rademacher2, Josh Benton2 and D. M. Porterfield1, 2 Purdue University, USA NASA Ames Research Center, USA 3 NASA Life and Physical Sciences, USA 1 2 C eratopteris richardii fern spores are an ideal model system for studying single-cell gravi-response due the ability to synchronize the development of the spores during culture. Previous work with the self-referencing probe and cell-electrophysiology lab-on-achip (CEL-C) technologies documented an asymmetric and directional transcellular Ca2+ concentration that is influenced by gravity. To further investigate the threshold of Ca2+ channel activation that generates the Ca2+ polarity in C. richardii spores, we have adapted the CEL-C device into a disk version called the bioCD. When the bioCD rotates in microgravity, different gravity thresholds can be experienced by individual fern spores. The fused-silica bioCD consists of thirty-two wells; each well houses a single spore. A pair of all-solid-state ion-selective electrodes in each well provides dual-electrode differential-coupling (DEDC) measurement of Ca2+ concentration at both sides of the spore. Our preliminary 1-g experiments reveal a DEDC signal of 0.4 V when the spore is repeatedly oriented at 180° to the gravity vector during the peak germination period which occurs at 6-9 hours from initiation of germination. This translates to a 22-fold change in calcium concentration between the two sides of the spores. However, when rotations were conducted after the germination period ended, no change in voltage was observed. The results imply that polarity development in fern spores is directed by gravity and that there is a fixed period of gravi-responsiveness from the fern spore. The bioCD technology is intended for the NASA SporeSat mission, an autonomous free-flying 3U spacecraft unit that utilizes flight-proven technologies of previous nanosatellite missions. Biography Wan W. Amani Wan Salim received her B.Sc. (2001) and M.Sc. (2003) degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota and her Ph.D. (2009) in Biomedical Engineering from Purdue University. In 2009, she joined the School of Engineering Education at Purdue University as a Postdoctoral Researcher and was appointed as a Faculty Fellow. In 2011, she joined the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, also at Purdue University, as a Postdoctoral Researcher in the field of micro/nanofabrication and biosensing. Her current research interests are the design and development of micro-electro-chemical sensors for applications in astrobiology, biomedicine, and agriculture. She is currently the Principal Investigator for a NASA-funded nanosatellite mission called SporeSat. asalim@purdue.edu J Biosens Bioelectron 2013 ISSN: 2155-6210, JBSBE an open access journal Biosensors & Bioelectronics-2013 June 17-19, 2013 Volume 4 Issue 3 Page 52



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... 2.4 Tech Ed Sat 3p PhoneSat 2.5 SporeSat-1 KickSat EcAMSat EDSN NODeS SporeSat2... Micro/NanoSatellite Heritage Tree SporeSat1 Sporesat 2 GeneSat EcamSat (Solar) PharmaSat EcamSat...



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... AO (SALMON 2008) – 2 selected projects SporeSat and EcAMSat. Future solicitations via... project per year for development. SporeSat EcAMSat Escherichia coli Antimicrobial Satellite...