GOLIAT [University of Bucharest]
Goliat is a CubeSat type nanosatellite built by the University of Bucharest. The 1 kg satellite type is the first Romanian satellite and is considered as a prototype and a platform for exploring the near-Earth environment.
Goliat carries three experiments:
The satellite was successfully deployed in orbit, but no signals were received.
|Type / Application:||Technology|
|Operator:||University of Bucharest|
|Contractors:||University of Bucharest; Pumpkin, Inc. (bus)|
|Equipment:||Cyclops, Sa-mi-ši, DOSE-N|
|Power:||Solar cells, batteries|
|Orbit:||312 km × 1437 km, 69.49°|
|GOLIAT||2012-006D||13.02.2012||Ko ELV||Vega||with LARES, ALMASat 1, e-st@r, MaSat 1, PW-Sat 1, ROBUSTA, UniCubeSat-GG, XaTcobeo, LARES-A&H/SS|