QB50P1 is one of two precursor satellites for the QB50 project, which demonstrates 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.
QB50P1 is a 2U-CubeSat built on a structure delivered by ISIS to test the Set 1 (INMS) payload.
The following payloads were integrated into the ISIS satellite platforms:
After reaching orbit, the satellite received the additional radio amateur name EO 79 (European OSCAR 79).
|Type / Application:||Technology, thermospheric research|
|Operator:||von Karman Institute|
|Equipment:||INMS, Thermocouple experiment, AMSAT-NL 435/145 MHz linear transponder|
|Power:||Solar cells, batteries|
|QB50P1 (EO 79, European-OSCAR 79, FUNcube 3)||2014-033R||19.06.2014||Do LC-370/13||Dnepr||with Deimos 2, 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, QB50P2, PACE, TigriSat, ANTELSAT, Lemur 1, NanoSatC-Br 1, Duchifat 1, PolyITAN 1, DTUSat 2, AeroCube 6A, AeroCube 6B|
Further QB50 missions:
Set 1 (INMS)