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The VELOX-I mission is a Singaporean nanosatellite mission consisting of two satellites - VELOX-1 and the VELOX P3 subsatellite - to operate in sun synchronous Low Earthís Orbit (LEO). The project is part of NTUís Undergraduate Satellite Program, which provides an opportunity for engineering students to participate in a multidisciplinary hands-on space project.

The objective of VELOX P3 (PSAT) is separate from the nanosatellite VELOX-1 (N-Sat) for an intersatellite communication experiment.

VELOX P3 is a 0.25 kg satellite with dimensions of 60 mm × 70 mm × 30 mm and body mounted solar cells. It has a projected life time of 1 years.

VELOX P3 was apparently never deployed.

Nation: Singapore
Type / Application: Technology
Operator: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Contractors: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Power: Solar cells, batteries
Lifetime: 1 year
Mass: 0.25 kg
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
VELOX P3 (VELOX 1-PSAT) 2014-034E 30.06.2014 Sr FLP p PSLV-CA with SPOT 7, CanX 4, CanX 5, AISat 1, VELOX 1


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