LilacSat 1 [HIT]
LilacSat 1 is a 2U-CubeSat for education, upper atmosphere science, amateur radio communication and technology demonstration, built by a team of students of Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT).
It is a part of the QB50 constellation. The QB50 project, which will demonstrate the possibility of launching a network of 50 CubeSats built by Universities Teams all over the world as a primary payload on a low-cost launch vehicle to perform first-class science in the largely unexplored lower thermosphere.
LilacSat 1 carries three mission payloads:
The satellite will be launched with the bulk of the QB50 constellation to the ISS in 2017, from where they will be deployed. The in-orbit lifetime of LilacSat-1 is about 3 months, from deployment to de-orbit.
|Type / Application:||Education, amateur radio communication, technology|
|Operator:||Harbin Institute of Technology, CAMSAT|
|Contractors:||Harbin Institute of Technology|
|Equipment:||INMS, V/U APRS digipeater, thermal infrared camera|
|Power:||Solar cells, batteries|
|Orbit:||400 km × 400 km, 51°|
|LilacSat 1 (Zidingxiang 1, QB50 CN02)||-||2017||CC SLC-41||Atlas-5(401)||with Cygnus CRS-7, ALTAIR 1, SUSat, UNSW-EC0, i-INSPIRE 2, ZA-AeroSat, nSIGHT 1, Ex-Alta 1, NJUST 1, Aoxiang 1, SOMP 2, QBITO, Aalto 2, X-CubeSat, SpaceCube, DUTHSat, UPSat, Hoopoe, LINK, SNUSAT 1, SNUSAT 1b, qbee50-LTU-OC, BeEagleSat, HAVELSAT, Phoenix, PolyITAN-2-SAU, QBUS 1, QBUS 2, QBUS 4, IceCube, CSUNSat 1, CXBN 2, Biarri-Point, Lemur-2 30, ..., 34?|
Further QB50 missions:
Set 1 (INMS)