PQ-Gemini++ were four 5 cm PocketQube satellites each having a mass of 120 g developed by Micro-Space Inc.
The four satellites were to carry the following experiments:
In addition to validating general satellite systems, was to be capable of demonstrating Micro-Space interferometric techniques to characterize orbital differences using only precision range data between ultralight spacecraft in preparation for autonomous rendezvous. Additional systems were to allow the relative positions, distance and rotational alignment of the four satellites to be continuously monitored.
The mission apparently was cancelled following the death of Richard P. Speck, the companies founder, in 2011.
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|Power:||Solar cells, batteries|
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