CANYVAL-X 1 and 2 
CANYVAL-X (CubeSat Astronomy by NASA and Yonsei using Vision ALignment eXperiment) is a mission consisting of an 1U and a 2U cubesat developed at Yonsei University, South Korea in clollaboration with NASA.
The CANYVAL-X project has an aim of demonstrating the Vision Alignment System by maintaining flight formation of two seperated CubeSats and ultimatley prove a possiblity of virtual telescope system which is consisted of the optic satellite to focus a light from the sun and the detector satellite.
The satellites will be launched as secondary payloads on a Falcon-9 v1.2 rocket. They are expected to operate for three months.
|Type / Application:||Technology|
|Operator:||Yonsei University, NASA|
|Contractors:||Yonsei University, NASA|
|Configuration:||CubeSat (2U) (#1); CubeSat (1U) (#2)|
|Power:||4 deployable fixed solar arrays, batteries (#1); solar cells, batteries (#2)|
|Lifetime:||3 months year|
|Mass:||2.7 kg (#1); 1 kg (#1)|
|CANYVAL-X 1 (Tom)||-||2017||Sr||PSLV||with ?, Arkyd 6A, PicSat, CANYVAL-X 2, CNUSail 1, KAUSAT 5, SIGMA, STEP Cube Lab, Fox 1D, ?|
|CANYVAL-X 2 (Jerry)||-||2017||Sr||PSLV||with ?, Arkyd 6A, PicSat, CANYVAL-X 1, CNUSail 1, KAUSAT 5, SIGMA, STEP Cube Lab, Fox 1D, ?|