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Scout 1 (Sentry)

Scout 1 [Quantum Space]

Quantum Space's Scout-1 (also called Sentry) is a mission to demonstrate a sensor that will track resident space objects and a demonstration of communications between Quantum Spaceís ground and space infrastructures.

Over the course of the two-year Sentry mission, Quantum Space intends to improve its algorithms for processing images. The algorithms will be transferred from ground-based edge processors to space-based ones on subsequent satellites.

Nation: USA
Type / Application: Space SurveiCommunications, Technology
Operator: Quantum Space
Contractors: Quantum Space
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Propulsion:
Power: 2 deployable solar arrays, batteries
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Orbit:
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
Scout 1 (Sentry) 2024-043AU 04.03.2024 Va SLC-4E Falcon-9 v1.2 (Block 5) with MethaneSAT, Jackal X-1L-001, 002, Aries 1, Quark-Lite, Gluon, LizzieSat 1, MuSat 2, ICEYE X36, X37, X38, GHOSt 4, 5, —uSat 44, YAM 6, Rose, Fifi, Riri, Loulou, Lynk Tower 05, 06, Optimus OTV 2, Pyxis, Scout 1, ContecSat 1, HORACIO, Hubble 1, 2, EWS-RROCI 2, Pony Express 2A, 2B, BRO 12, 13, HAMMER, LaCE A, B, OrbAstro TR2, SONATE 2, Tiger 7, 8, AEROS MH-1, IRIS F1, Lemur-2 184, 185, M3, PY4 1, ..., 4, Veery 0E, ONDOSAT-OWL 1, 2

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