TechEdSat 7 [NASA]
TechEdSat 7 (Technical and Educational Satellite 7) is a 2U CubeSat. It was built as a conjoined project between San Jose State University (SJSU) and the University of Idaho as a collaborative engineering project, with oversight from the NASA Ames Research Center.
It is a technology demonstration mission that will further develop the Exo-Brake system by testing a High Packing Density ExoBrake, as well as demonstrate a CubeSat Identity Tag (CUBIT), a DARPA RF-ID system for future identification of functioning and non-functioning nanosatellites.
It was selected in 2017 by NASA to be launched as part of the ELaNa program.
|Type / Application:||Technology, education|
|Operator:||SJSU, University of Idaho, NASA Ames Research Center|
|Contractors:||SJSU, University of Idaho, NASA Ames Research Center|
|Equipment:||High Packing-Density Exo-Brake, CUBIT|
|Power:||Solar cells, batteries|
|TechEdSat 7 (TES 7)||-||2019||Mo||LauncherOne||with INCA, CACTUS 1, ExoCube 2, MicroMAS 2b, MiTEE 1, PolarCube, Q-PACE, RadFxSat 2, CAPE 3, PICS 1, PICS 2, SHFT 2, IMPACT 2A, IMPACT 2B|