UBAKUSAT (UBAK-3U-SAT) [ITÜ]
UBAKUSAT is a joint Turkish and Japanese 3U-cubesat built by the Istanbul Technical University (ITÜ), Istanbul, Turkey in cooperation with JPF (Japan Space Forum), KIT (Kyushu Institute of Technology).
The satellite is a simplified version of the TurkSat-3USat. This version is less complex with respect to its previous version. New subsystems will be tested in this satellite.
UBAKUSAT was launched to the International Space Station, from where it will be later deployed.
|Type / Application:||Technology, communication|
|Operator:||Istanbul Technical University (ITÜ), JPF (Japan Space Forum), KIT (Kyushu Institute of Technology)|
|Contractors:||Istanbul Technical University (ITÜ), JPF (Japan Space Forum), KIT (Kyushu Institute of Technology)|
|Equipment:||ITÜ, ISIS (bus)|
|Power:||Solar cells, batteries|
|Orbit:||400 km × 400 km, 51.6° (typical)|
|UBAKUSAT (UBAK-3U-SAT)||1998-067NP||02.04.2018||CC SLC-40||Falcon-9 v1.2||with Dragon CRS-14, MISSE-FF 1, ASIM, PFCS, RemoveDEBRIS, DebrisSat 1, DebrisSat 2, 1KUNS-PF, Irazú|