Spartan is the first of several upcoming Shared Satellite Missions, empowering EnduroSatís commercial partners and their space capabilities. It enables the easiest way to perform technology demonstrations as well as scientific and commercial programs without the need to operate your own satellite or ground infrastructure.
The satellite architecture allows for multiple payloads to operate together reliably on a single NanoSat. Each of the payloads has access to onboard processing, power and pointing capability, making multi-tasking in space possible. The Shared Satellite Service includes integration, validation and testing, launch and operations of the satellite and all the payloads, thereby opening a paradigm improvement in space accessibility and simplifying space operations. Direct access to the payload data is instantly available in the cloud via EnduroSatís own Digital Ground Station.
|Type / Application:||Technology|
|Power:||Solar cells, batteries|
|Spartan||2021-059||30.06.2021||CC SLC-40||Falcon-9 v1.2 (Block 5)||with Starlink v1.0 R2-1, ..., R2-3, Umbra-SAR 2001, YAM 2, YAM 3, —uSat 19, ..., 22, ICEYE X11, X12, X13, X15, TUBIN, Mandrake 2A, 2B, Capella 5, GNOMES 2, LINCS 1, 2, PACE 1, TROPICS Pathfinder, D2/AtlaCom 1, EG 3, Centauri 4, Lemur-2 140, ..., 145, SpaceBEE 88, ..., 111, SpaceBEE NZ-7, ..., NZ-10, Sherpa-FX 2, Lynk 06, Hawk 3A, 3B, 3C, Astrocast 0201, ..., 0205, Painani 2, Sherpa-LTE 1, Tenzing, Shasta, ARTHUR 1, Faraday Phoenix, KSF 1A, ..., 1D, Tiger 2, ION-SCV 003, NAPA 2, Neptuno, W-Cube, Ghalib, QMR-KWT|