AESP-14 satellite is a brazilian 1U CubeSat, which was developed as a scientific and technological cooperation basically between the ITA with the LIT – INPE-MCT and other departments from the INPE, in São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil.
The mission objectives are:
The payload of AESP-14 consists of a Langmuir Probe for measurement of electron density and temperature of the ionospheric plasma. The payload was developed in the department at Space and Atmospheric Sciences of INPE.
AESP-14 was deployed from the International Space Station at 14:30 UTC on 5 February 2015. No signals from the satellite were received.
|Type / Application:||Science, magnetosphere|
|Power:||Solar cells, batteries|
|Orbit:||397 km × 405 km, 51.64°|
|AESP-14||1998-067FM||10.01.2015||CC SLC-40||Falcon-9 v1.1||with Dragon CRS-5, CATS, Flock-1d' 1, Flock-1d' 2|