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The VELOX-II mission is a Singaporean experimental nanosatellite mission. The project is part of NTU’s Undergraduate Satellite Program, which provides an opportunity for engineering students to participate in a multidisciplinary hands-on space project.

The 12 kilogramm 6U CubeSat sized VELOX-II will be carrying experimental satellite-based communication hardware developed by Addvalue Innovation Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of Singapore Exchange mainboard listed Addvalue Technologies Ltd. This unique payload transmits data it collects to a geostationary Inmarsat-4 L-band communications satellite. If proven successful in space, the payload will allow the VELOX-II to send data back to the NTU ground station from anywhere even if the satellite is not flying above Singapore, as is presently the case.

Nation: Singapore
Type / Application: Technology
Operator: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Contractors: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Configuration: CubeSat (6U)
Propulsion: None
Power: 2 deployable fixed solar arrays, batteries
Mass: 13 kg
Orbit: 536 km × 549 km, 15°
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
VELOX 2 2015-077F 16.12.2015 Sr FLP PSLV-CA with TeLEOS 1, VELOX C1, Kent Ridge 1, Athenoxat 1, Galassia


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