KSAT [Kagoshima University]
KSAT (Kagoshima Satellite, also named Hayato) is a small 1U CubeSat mission developed by the Kagoshima University, which has following objectives:
The satellite was one of a number of secondary payloads on the H-2A-202 rocket, which launched the Planet C Venus orbiter. Contact with the satellite was not established after launch.
An improved version was built as KSAT 2 (Hayato 2).
|Type / Application:||Technology|
|Power:||Solar cells, batteries|
|Orbit:||283 km × 306 km, 29.97°|
|KSAT (Hayato)||2010-020A||20.05.2010||Ta YLP-1||H-2A-202||with Planet C, IKAROS, DCAM 1, DCAM 2, UNITEC 1, Waseda-SAT2, Negai✰|