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Deimos 2

Deimos 2 [Satrec Initiative]

Deimos 2 is a small Earth observation satellite, which carries a 75-centimeter-resolution imager provided by Satrec Initiative of South Korea. It has a 12-kilometer-diameter swath and be able to swivel 30 degrees off nadir to each side, and 45 degrees in the event of a special order.

Spain’s government-owned Inta performed satellite integration of the 300 kilogram Deimos-2. Deimos’ corporate parent, Elecnor of Madrid, has agreed to underwrite much of the 60 million euros in anticipated Deimos-2 costs, a figure that includes the satellite’s construction, launch and insurance. Spain’s Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade is picking up 20 percent of Deimos’ costs.

Deimos has booked a launch as part of a multi satellite launch aboard Dnepr launch vehicle operated by Kosmotras of Moscow.

Elecnor Deimos Space in June 2015 announced, that thy will sell the Deimos Imaging division and the satellites to UrtheCast.

Nation: Spain
Type / Application: Earth Observation
Operator: Deimos
Contractors: Satrec Initiative (SATRECI)
Equipment: EOS-D camera
Configuration: SI-300 bus
Propulsion: Hall Effect Propulsion System (HEPS)
Power: 4 deployable fixed solar arrays, batteries
Lifetime:
Mass: ~300 kg
Orbit:
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
Deimos 2 2014-033D 19.06.2014 Do LC-370/13 Dnepr with KazEOSat 2, Saudisat 4, TabletSat-Aurora, BugSat 1, AprizeSat 9, AprizeSat 10, UniSat 6, BRITE-CA 1, BRITE-CA 2, Hodoyoshi 3, Hodoyoshi 4, Perseus-M 1, Perseus-M 2, Flock-1c 1, ..., 11, POPSAT-HIP 1, QB50P1, QB50P2, PACE, TigriSat, ANTELSAT, Lemur 1, NanoSatC-Br 1, Duchifat 1, PolyITAN 1, DTUSat 2, AeroCube 6A, AeroCube 6B
Further Deimos missions: