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HSAT 1 [Harris]

HSAT 1 is a 6U CubeSat mission developed as an Internal Research and Design (IR&D) testbed funded by Harris Corporation that will test and characterize the performance of a Harris payload in Low Earth Orbit (LEO), as well as demonstrate and characterize the performance of a deployable antenna design.

HSAT 1 carries a camera for taking images of the deployable appendages on the satellite as well as panchromatic images of the Earth with a 698 meter resolution. The satellite will operate in a circular, sunsynchronous, low earth orbit (approximately 500 km).

HSAT 1 was launched in late 2018 on an Indian PSLV as a copassenger.

Nation: USA
Type / Application: Experimental
Operator: Harris
Contractors: Harris; Blue Canyon Technologies (bus)
Configuration: CubeSat (6U)
Propulsion: None
Power: Solar cells, batteries
Mass: 13 kg
Orbit: 476 km × 499 km, 97.48
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
HSAT 1 2018-096B 29.11.2018 Sr FLP PSLV-CA with HySIS, BlackSky 1, Flock-3r 1, ..., 16, Lemur-2 84, ..., 87, CICERO 8, Hiber 1, CASE, Centauri 2, FACSAT 1, InnoSat 2, Reaktor Hello World, 3Cat 1

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