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BeaverCube [MIT]

BeaverCube is an educational mission led by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to introduce high school students, nationwide, to aerospace science and technology through designing a 3U CubeSat.

Its science payload will measure cloud properties, ocean surface temperatures and ocean color to study Earth’s climate and weather systems. BeaverCube also will demonstrate an application for the use of shape memory alloy technology via on-orbit calibration.

It was selected in 2019 by NASA's CubeSat Launch Initiative (CSLI) to be launched as part of the ELaNa program.

Nation: USA
Type / Application: Technology, education
Operator: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Contractors: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Configuration: CubeSat (3U)
Propulsion: Electrospray ion thruster
Power: Solar cells, batteries
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
BeaverCube - 2022 CCK LC-39A Falcon-9 v1.2 (Block 5) with Dragon CRS-25, EMIT, CLICK A, D3, JAGSAT 1, CapSat 1, TUMnanoSAT
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