IRIS C [NCKU]
The IRIS C (Intelligent Remote-Sensing and Internet Satellite) nanosatellite is a technology demonstration 3U CubeSat of the National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) of Tainan, Taiwan.
IRIS-C The CubeSat mission is to validate Star Tracker's real-world performance in space. The CubeSat design was derived from IRIS-B in order to accelerate satellite development.
IRIS C was launched in April 2023 and was deployed in space from the Vigoride 6 space tug.
|Nation:||Taiwan (Republic of China)|
|Type / Application:||Technology|
|Operator:||National Cheng Kung University (NCKU)|
|Power:||2 deployable, fixed solar arrays, body mounted solar cells, batteries|
|IRIS C||2023-054AV||15.04.2023||Va SLC-4E||Falcon-9 v1.2 (Block 5)||with İmece, Umbra-SAR 06, —uSat 36, ..., 39, GHOSt 1, 2, Tomorrow R1, GHGSat C6, C7, C8, Hawk 7A, 7B, 7C, NORSAT TD, ION-SCV 010, Kepler 20, 21, ELO 3, EPICHyper 1, VCUB1, Vigoride 6, LLITED 1, 2, REVELA, DISCO 1, VIREO, IRIS C, BRO 9, Brokkr 1, CIRBE, DEWA-Sat 2, It's About Time, KILIÇSAT, SSS 2B, Sapling 2, PROVES-Yearling 2, Platform 3 (Sateliot 0), FACSAT 2, Connecta T2.1, LacunaSat 2f, ADLER 2, Lemur-2 164, Lemur-2 165, INSPIREsat 7, Taifa 1, RoseyCubesat 1, Celestis 23|