STPSat 2 [Ball]
STPSat 3 [Ball]
STPSat 2 is an experimental spacecraft for STP (Space Test Program). It was the first flight of the Standard Interface Vehicle (STP-SIV).
STPSat-2 carried three experimental payloads that were chosen by the DoD Space Experiment Review Board:
STPSat 3 is a copy of the STPSat-2 satellite, which carried five experiments, including a module designed to host various space situational awareness sensors and a pair of space environment sensors.
In addition, the spacecraft has new capability, the MMA Design LLC De-Orbit Module used to de-orbit the satellite in less than 25 years.
|Type / Application:||Technology|
|Operator:||US Air Force (USAF) STP (Space Test Program)|
|Contractors:||Ball Aerospace (prime); AeroAstro (bus)|
|Equipment:||2 SPEX, ODTML (#2); iMESA-R, J-CORE, SSU, SWATS, TCTE, De-Orbit Module (#3)|
|Power:||3 deployable solar arrays, batteries|
|Orbit:||641 km × 652 km, 72°|
|STPSat 2 (USA 217)||2010-062A||20.11.2010||Kd LP-1||Minotaur-4 HAPS||with FASTRAC 1, FASTRAC 2, FalconSat 5, FASTSat-HSV 01, RAX 1, O/OREOS, NanoSail-D2, Ballast A, Ballast B|
|STPSat 3||2013-064A||20.11.2013||WI LA-0B||Minotaur-1||with ORS 3, ORSES, ORS Tech 1, ORS Tech 2, SENSE 1, SENSE 2, Ho`oponopono 2, Firefly, STARE B, Prometheus 1.1, ..., 1.8, Black Knight 1, NPS-SCAT, COPPER, ChargerSat 1, TJ3Sat, Trailblazer 1, Vermont Lunar Cubesat, SwampSat, CAPE 2, DragonSat 1, KySat 2, PhoneSat v2.4|
Further STP missions: