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Reaktor Hello World

Reaktor Hello World [Reaktor]

Reaktor Hello World is a modular 2U-CubeSat mission built by Reaktor Space Lab Ltd. to demonstrate a novel infrared hyperspectral imager and the Hello World platform for future LEO and deep space missions.

The objectives of the mission are:

  • The satellite will provide a beacon and telemetry data for which amateur satellite users and ham radio users will be able to receive.
  • Test the capabilities of reusable flight platform, which consists of radio module, onboard computer, Power Supply Unit, ADCS (Attitude
  • Determination and Control System), Antenna deployment system.
  • Test the reliability of high performance industrial grade multicore SoC payload computer (Application Processing unit) with linux.
  • Test the ability to make OTA-updates to the Application Processing Unit.
  • Take and transmit pictures on request to the ground.
  • Lower the barrier of creating software to space by increasing the abstraction level.
Nation: Finland
Type / Application: Technology
Operator: Reaktor Radio Actives Ry
Contractors: Reaktor Space Lab Ltd.
Equipment:
Configuration: CubeSat (2U)
Propulsion: None
Power: Solar cells, batteries
Lifetime:
Mass: 2 kg
Orbit:
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
Reaktor Hello World 2018-096K 29.11.2018 Sr FLP PSLV-CA with HySIS, BlackSky Global 1, Flock-3r 1, ..., 16, Lemur-2 84, ..., 87, CICERO 8, Hiber 1, HSAT 1, CASE, Centauri 2, FACSAT 1, InnoSat 2, 3Cat 1

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