Спутник технологический. TechEdSat-5. [Редактировать]

Технологический космический аппарат (кубсат) который был создан НАСА. Одной из основных задач аппарата является улучшение точности сведения кубсатов с орбиты. На его борту установлены:

  • 1. Недорогой 1-3 мбс передатчик.
  • 2. Полезная нагрузка которая должна будет изучать поведение молекул воздуха в верхних слоях атмосферы. 

Дополнительная классификация

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

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#Новостная лента.
12016-12-19. Космическое агентство США обнародовало информацию о миссии TechEdSat-5.
Согласно сообщению космического агентства в ходе проведения миссии КА TechEdSat-5 агентство планирует отработать решение следующих задач:
1. Модернизированный парашют для сведения аппарата с орбиты (управление поверхностью будет осуществляться посредством строп).
2. Отработать технологии которые, потенциально, смогут привести к решению задачи возвращения аппаратов или их частей с орбиты без использования капсул.
Ранее подобная система отрабатывалась при помощи воздушных шаров и ракет.Тэги: TechEdSat-5Космическое агентство США

Информация об удачном запуске

#ХарактеристикаЗначение
1Космодром Танегасима
2Дата пуска2016-12-09
3Полезная нагрузка 1xTechEdSat-5
4Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 21
5Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 20
6Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 19
7Полезная нагрузка 1xLemur-2 18
8Полезная нагрузка 1xTancredo 1
9Полезная нагрузка 1xOSNSAT
10Полезная нагрузка 1xWaseda-SAT 3
11Полезная нагрузка 1xFREEDOM
12Полезная нагрузка 1xSTARS C
13Полезная нагрузка 1xITF 2
14Полезная нагрузка 1xEGG sat
15Полезная нагрузка 1xTuPOD
16Полезная нагрузка 1xAOBA-VELOX 3
17Полезная нагрузка 1xHTV-6
18Ракета-носитель 1xH-2B

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... (ODAR) TES-03-XS008 Rev A TechEdSat Formal Orbital Debris Assessment Report...: DAS v2.0 Page 1 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... 34 TES-03-XS008 Rev A TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... (s) Ali Guarneros Luna, Christopher Hartney, TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... C: Wiring Schematics Page 4 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... Debris Self-Assessment Report Evaluation: TechEdSat Mission Requirement # Launch Vehicle Compliant...-NASA and TechEdSat is not the lead. Page 5 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite... section 2 through 8 below for the TechEdSat satellite. Sections 9 through 14 apply... the International Space Station (ISS). TechEdSat will test and validate two... use a spring to “push” the TechEdSat, along with two other CubeSats... with apogee, perigee, and inclination: TechEdSat will be launched on a Japanese... unique requirements. Page 6 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... Rev A This system will allow TechEdSat to be launched at a velocity... relative to Earth’s surface. The TechEdSat orbit is defined as follows.... TechEdSat has no propulsion and therefore does not actively change orbits. TechEdSat... days after ISS deployment. Figure 1: TechEdSat Full View with Antennas Deployed...), and the possibility of the TechEdSat impacting the International Space Station... be minimal. Page 7 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment...  Physical description of the spacecraft: TechEdSat is a 1U nanosatellite with dimensions... out of Sweden. In addition, TechEdSat will have two modules for... and tracking as a technology demonstration. TechEdSat will contain the following systems... temperature sensors. Page 8 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... be no propulsion systems on TechEdSat. Identification, including mass and pressure.... Fluids in Pressurized Batteries: None. TechEdSat uses unpressurized standard COTS LithiumIon... respect to the velocity vector: TechEdSat uses passive magnetic attitude control... or other pyrotechnic devices: The TechEdSat utilizes a NiChrome Wire heating element... NanoSail D2. Page 9 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... must Page 10 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... explosion: Page 11 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment...-qualified Page 12 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... terminal Page 13 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... (Requirement 56450). Compliance statement: The TechEdSat will only be on orbit... TechEdSat battery will meet the above requirement. Page 14 of 34 TechEdSat... selected: Page 15 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment.... Analysis: The TechEdSat satellite reentry is COMPLIANT using Method “a.” TechEdSat will re... behavior). Page 16 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment...) TES-03-XS008 Rev A Figure 2: TechEdSat Orbit History Requirement 4.6-2. Disposal for... near GEO. Analysis: Not applicable. TechEdSat orbit is LEO. Requirement 4.6-3. Disposal.... TechEdSat orbit is LEO. Requirement 4.6-4. Reliability of Postmission Disposal Operations Analysis: TechEdSat... 56626). Page 17 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... Results: DAS v2.0 reports that TechEdSat is compliant with the requirement... Data ============== **INPUT** Space Structure Name = TechEdSat Space Structure Type = Payload Perigee...) Page 18 of 34 Passed TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... Data ============== **INPUT** Space Structure Name = TechEdSat Space Structure Type = Payload Perigee....). Page 19 of 34 Passed TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... : Passed ***********INPUT**** Item Number = 1 name = TechEdSat quantity = 1 parent = 0 materialID = 8 type = Box... 34 TES-03-XS008 Rev A TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... 34 TES-03-XS008 Rev A TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... Number = 1 name = Demise Debris Impact TechEdSat Altitude = 77.997613 Casualty Area... 34 TES-03-XS008 Rev A TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... are non-applicable requirements because TechEdSat does not use controlled reentry... the TechEdSat mission. END of ODAR for TechEdSat. Page 23 of 34 TechEdSat... 34 TES-03-XS008 Rev A TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... 34 TES-03-XS008 Rev A TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment.../6/01 Page 26 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... Schematics    Page 27 of 34 TechEdSat Satellite Project Orbital Debris Assessment... 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TechEdSat-N! Pioneering the Use of the ...! TES-Team! March 24, 2014! TechEdSat-N! Next-Up!! Outline! ! 1. Introduction! 1.  2.  3.  4.  5.  Teams...! 6.  Telemetry/Transmitters! 1.  Type! 2.  FCC License! TechEdSat-N! 7. Testing Hardware Description! 1.  Types (TES... Universities 
 (SJSU, U of Idaho, ISU)! TechEdSat-N! Contributors from Universities ! San Jose... of Idaho! Dr. David Atkinson! TechEdSat-N! What is it?! •  Collection of... satellites for ISS jettison platform ! TechEdSat-N! Why is it relevant?! How...! •  Comm(e.g., Iridium)! •  De-orbit experiments! TechEdSat-N! Why is it relevant?! Jettison... per year ! •  = 288U/year! TechEdSat-N! Previous Flights: TechEdSat 1! •  We were 1st!! •  Nominal... October 4, 2012 ! •  ~7 month duration! TechEdSat-N! TechEdSat 1! Previous Flights: TechEdSat 2! •  We were 1st (Antares...: 24 hrs (by design)! ! TechEdSat-N! Previous Flights; TechEdSat 3! •  We were 1st 3U...-entry on January 6, 2014! ! TechEdSat-N! Current Flights: TechEdSat 4! •  1st NASA NanoSatellite 3U... III + GPS! •  Two Tier Architecture! ! TechEdSat-N! Designing for ISS Safety! Key...! Test Test Test!!! ! ! TechEdSat-N! TechEdSat Document Tree/ Process TechEdSat Project ARC ! •  Project Plan... Kickoff)! •  CDR! •  FRR! Delivery/Launch! TechEdSat-N! ISS Safety (JSC)! •  Standard/Reference... criteria of SHRs and UHRs.! TechEdSat-N! Selected Documents! JSC Form 1230... Standardized Hazard Control Report for TechEdSat! Rev August 10, 2010   NSTS... Battery Design Evaluation Form for TechEdSat! Rev B   SSP 50223   Standard Payload... Specification ! Rev A   NR-­‐SRD-­‐029   N/A   TechEdSat-N! Rev  36     Rev 12 (August... in Attachment C   Closed to SVTL   TechEdSat-N! Representative Standard Hazards! TES4-STD_HR...-STD_HR-17   Closed to SVTL   TechEdSat-N! Representative Unique Hazards! Document #   Description...)   TES3-DOC-ISS-007B   TechEdSat-N! What is Next?! TechEdSat 5! •  Modulated Exo-Brake... Altitude ! •  Active control (uplink/ downlink)! ! TechEdSat-N! What is Next?! ISS Sample... concept! •  On-demand sample return! ! TechEdSat-N! What is Next?! Atromos: Cubesat... to the Surface of Mars! ! TechEdSat-N! Summary! •  TES-N series has helped..., Advance Reentry Development ….. And Mars!! TechEdSat-N!



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TechEdSat-4: Nano-Satellite Series Technologies for Passive Reentry, Future Sample Return and Mars Missions Technology Educational Satellite-4 (TechEdSat-4) is the fourth generation in the continuing TechEdSat Series. The TechEdSat-4 (TES) builds upon the success of TES-1, 2, and 3 by continuing to demonstrate increasing capability for CubeSats in the areas of communications and satellite reentry. On March 3, 2015 to jettison into orbit from the International Space Station (ISS) via the Nanoracks CubeSat Deployer. TES-4 was launched to the ISS on board Orbital Sciences on July 13, 2014 as a secondary payload on the Cygnus Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) Orbital (Orb) -2 ISS resupply The TES Series uses the CubeSat standards established by the California Polytechnic State University (CalPoly), San Luis Obispo, cm) increments. The TES-4 has a 3U volume (10X10X30 cm) and weighs 2.68kg. The TES project uniquely pairs advanced university course of 1-2 semesters. The TES Series not only provides a rapid platform for testing planetary missions, but also provides development and management. Photograph of TechEdSat-1 (far left) – the 1st US CubeSat jettisoned from ISS Rendering of TechEdSat-3p post-jettison from the ISS The objective of the TES-4 mission is to demonstrate two new technologies: satelliteto-satellite communications that also provides information about the spacecraft’s health, and an upgraded Exo-Brake, which is a passive de-orbiting system capable of accurately allowing the spacecraft to reenter Earth’s atmosphere. The Exo-Brake is an exoatmospheric passive braking device, like a specially designed parachute that operates at extremely low pressures, the technology for which will eventually enable small samples to be returned from the ISS or other orbital platforms. In addition, this technology is intended to help enable future small or nanosatellite missions to the surface of Mars and other planetary bodies in the solar system. TES-4 further develops the capability of the Exo-Brake passive de-orbiting system by adding an incremental development step to controlled de-orbit technique for Photograph of TechEdSat-3p (bottom) installed in the JSSOD on ISS accurate de-orbit and eventual re-entry control. TES-4’s demonstration of a satellite-to-satellite communications system allows for more frequent communication sessions with the satellite that lead to a higher accuracy of satellite altitude and position predictions which are important for the operation of the Exo-Brake. The satellite’s structure, avionics, and payload are customdesigned by the TES-4 team to utilize the 3U volume sample return capability from the ISS, and perform nano-satellite missions to the Martian surface. Based on the current state of nano-satellite technology, these missions are proposed for the 2016-2020 timeframe. These planned missions are anticipated opportunities as an extension of the TES Series. Exo-Brake. The TES-4 hardware consists mostly of The TES Team is currently working on the TES-5, due for delivery later this year. TES-5 builds on TES-4, and as well as accessible to the education community. what is referred to as ‘drag-modulation.’ This is the next step in improving the accuracy of the controlled deorbit process permitted by the Modulated Exo-Brake. demonstrated the use of a radiation-tolerant nanoRemove Terminal Unit (nanoRTU) to control a StenSat radio that provided basic TES housekeeping and space deployed from the ISS on October 4, 2012. TES-1 deployed from the Japanese Experiment Module (JEM, or “Kibo”) utilizing the Small Satellite Orbital Deployer (J-SSOD) and the JEM Remote Manipulator System (JEMRMS). It functioned for 7 months until it re-entered Earth’s atmosphere. The TES-2 mission followed and an Iridium Short-Burst Data (SBD) modem for greatly improved satellite communication. TES-3 was carried to Tanegashima, Japan. It was deployed from the JEM utilizing the J-SSOD and the JEMRMS on November 20, Innovation Fund, and the Space Technology Mission Directorate / Entry Systems Modeling Project. For more information about the Ames Engineering Directorate, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/engineering/ For more information on the TES Series, please visit: http://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/ engineering/techedsat/ For more information on the TES Series, contact: Marcus Murbach Principal Investigator marcus.s.murbach@nasa.gov The overarching goals of the TES series are twofold: develop the requisite technologies for on-demand ali.guarnerosluna@nasa.gov TechEdSat Team at NASA Ames Ames Research Center FS #2015-02-06-ARC Future step: Building the elements for nano-satellite technology to be placed on the surface of Mars.



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TechEdSat 5 / PhoneSat 5 (T5/P5) SmallSat Presentation 2016 TechEdSat-1 TechEdSat-2 TechEdSat-3 TechEdSat-4 M.Murbach, R. Alena, A. Guarneros Luna...) July 7, 2015 …here before SOAREX/TechEdSat-N Team 10/20/13 WSM2... 18, 2014 PhoneSat Team TechEdSat Process/Document Tree TechEdSat Project ARC • Project... data  Met all success criteria. TechEdSat 3 • We were 1st 3U Jettisoned... variables) - for NASA internal use TechEdSat-4 Solar Panels (TESPWR Board 3p... III + GPS Two-tier Architecture TechEdSat-5 Structure extended to 3.5U Improved... TM Demonstra on (1 Mbs Soln) TechEdSat-5 BUS Flt Test Wireless Protocol...



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... monitoring and management. TechEdSat-4 The satellite-related investigation TechEdSat-4 is part of... environment from the space station. TechEdSat-4 will deploy using the JEM... Hawaii Microgreen Plant Growth investigation. TechEdSat-3p deploys from the Japanese...



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... 5 tech bytes techbytes • A m e s ’ emerging technologies TechEdSat 4 Validates Fast Prototyping with Successful... Nanorack on ISS ejected the TechEdSat (TES) 4 payload into space on... and the first satellite ever TechEdSat Flight Model. to communicate with..., John Hines, funded the first TechEdSat in 2012 to Between TES... cubesat was 90% fabricated, the TechEdSat team rose to the challenge... to withstand high heating. techbytes • A m e s ’ TechEdSat after launch from ISS. Implications...



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... is a graphic rendering of TechEdSat-4 with exoposition. TechEdSat-4 arrived at the station... re-enter Earth's atmosphere. Credit: TechEdSat-4 is equipped with a short-burst... the next four weeks, the TechEdSat-4 satellite will deploy a secondgeneration exo... Station," said Marcus Murbach, the TechEdSat-4 principal investigator at NASA's Ames... challenging to access these sites." TechEdSat-4 is the first NASA satellite... in the TechEdSat series to successfully achieve orbit. The TechEdSat series, a technology... inches cubed (10 centimeters cubed). TechEdSat-4 is a 3U satellite measuring approximately... weighing approximately five pounds. Previously, TechEdSat-1, a 1U CubeSat released from the... satellite communication system flight The TechEdSat series, a technology education collaboration with... TechEdSat-2, a 1U CubeSat. University of Idaho, uses the standard CubeSat structure, TechEdSat... inches cubed (10 centimeters cubed). TechEdSat-4 is a and the first nanosatellite... iteration in the series. The TechEdSat-5 satellite, scheduled The ability to... enable the safe return of TechEdSat-4 design. It will introduce a modulating... missions to the surface of TechEdSat-4 was developed, integrated and tested..., and David Atkinson, from UI. TechEdSat-4 is "We've already developed...



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TechEdSat 5 / PhoneSat 5 (T5/P5) SmallSat Presentation 2016 TechEdSat-1 TechEdSat-2 TechEdSat-3 TechEdSat-4 SOAREX-8 M.Murbach, R. Alena, A. Guarneros...) July 7, 2015 …here before SOAREX/TechEdSat-N Team 10/20/13 WSM2... variables) - for NASA internal use TechEdSat-4 Solar   Panels (TES-­‐3p) Extruded...



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... AAC Microtec Image by NASA TechEdSat is a NASA Ames Research Center... parent company of AAC Microtec, U.S. TechEdSat will perform a communications experiment utilizing... and Orbcomm satellite phone network. TechEdSat was launched to the International... J-SSOD Japanese deployer. On October 5, TechEdSat, a small cubeshaped satellite, was launched... radio enthusiasts around the world. TechEdSat measures about 4 inches (10 centimeters... and carries a ham radio transmitter. “TechEdSat will evaluate plug-and-play.... TechEdSats swim free in orbit. TechEdSat’s mission showcases collaboration among NASA... small satellites known as Cubesats. TechEdSat is funded by Ames and... more about TechEdSat, visit SJSU’s site at techedsat.com u The TechEdSat, a collaboration with...



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... spin-off’s from space applications TechEdSat-1 TechEdSat after deployment from ISS on....com Page 5 Heritage InnoSat Rising-1 TechEdSat -3P TechEdSat-1 SPARC-1 Rising-2 RISESAT DX...