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Waseda-SAT 3

Waseda-SAT3 [Waseda Univ.]

Waseda-SAT 3 is a 1U Cubesat developed by Waseda University.

The small satellite will deploy a ultra light drag chute for accelerated deorbiting. A camera will observe and verify the chute deployment. Also on board will be a LCD projector to project images on the drag chute, where the camera will take pictures of it.

The satellite was launched on board of HTV 6 on an H-2B-304 rocket to be delivered to the ISS, from where it was deployed on 16 January 2017.

Nation: Japan
Type / Application: Technology
Contractors: Waseda University
Equipment: Waseda University
Configuration: CubeSat (1U)
Propulsion: None
Power: Batteries
Mass: 1 kg
Orbit: 396 km × 408 km, 51.64
Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
Waseda-SAT 3 1998-067KV 09.12.2016 Ta YLP-2 H-2B-304 with HTV 6, EDT, Lemur-2 18, ..., 21, TechEdSat 5, EGG, TuPOD, AOBA-VELOX 3, STARS C, ITF 2, FREEDOM, OSNSAT, Tancredo 1


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