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SPIP

SPIP [Aerospacelab]

SPIP (multiSPectral Imagery Prototype) is a technology demostration satellite by Aerospacelab.

SPIP is the second flight of Aerospacelab's VSP (Versatile Satellite Platform), which aims to provide standardized building blocks capable of accommodating a variety of missions to private and public stakeholders and which was tested first on Grégoire.

Its mission is to demonstrate the performance of Earth observation payload prototypes, as a basic element for future multispectral missions.

Nation: Belgium
Type / Application: Earth observation, technology
Operator: Aerospacelab
Contractors: Aerospacelab
Equipment:
Configuration: VSP bus
Propulsion: ?
Power: Solar cells, batteries
Lifetime: 5 years
Mass: 120 kg
Orbit:
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
SPIP 2023-174AU 11.11.2023 Va SLC-4E Falcon-9 v1.2 (Block 5) with ICEYE X31, X32, X34, X35, Umbra-SAR 07, 08, Pelican 1, FalconSat 10, SPIP, Aether 1, 2, ION-SCV 013, EPICHyper 3, Intuition 1, Crypto3, Lemur-2 181, OSW Cazorla, Ymir 1, Pico 1A-1, ..., 9, Unicorn 2J, 2K, HADES D, ROM 3, SpaceANT-D, Tartan Artibeus 2, Impulse 1, Time We’ll Tell, SpaceVan 001, EXO 0, GHGSat C9, C10, C11, Observer 1A, ProtoMéthée, MANTIS, BRO 10, 11, Connecta T3.1, T3.2, GENMAT 1, NinjaSat, OrbAstro PC1, OrbAstro TR1, PEARL 1C, 1H, Platero, Platform 5, Tiger 5, 6, Vindlér 1, ..., 4, Ella 1, Aman 1 (R), Barry 1, Flock-4q 1, ..., 36, Heron Mk.2, IRIS C2, KAFASAT, Lemur-2 179, 180, OMNI-LER1, Outpost Mission 2, JinjuSat 1, Djibouti 1A, Picacho, Veronika, Hello Test 1, 2

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