YAM (with generic payload module) [Loft Orbital]
YAM (Yet Another Mission) is a series of micro satellites owned by Loft Orbital, which host various payloads for different customers.
The satellite consists of a standardized bus provided by Blue Canyon Technologies and Loft Orbital's payload hub, which houses the customer's payloads and provides power, data, mechanical, and thermal interfaces to the payloads and on-board data processing.
YAM 2 will be launched in early 2020 on an Indian PSLV rocket. It will host five payloads:
Beginning with 2021, quarterly missions are planned.
|Type / Application:||Technology|
|Contractors:||Loft Orbital (payload hub); Blue Canyon Technologies (BCT) (bus)|
|Power:||Deployable fixed solar arrays, solar cells, batteries|
|Mass:||~80 kg ?|
|YAM 2||2021-059AJ||30.06.2021||CC SLC-40||Falcon-9 v1.2 (Block 5)||with Starlink v1.5 R1-1, ..., R1-3, Umbra-SAR 2001, YAM 3, ÑuSat 19, ..., 22, ICEYE X11, X12, X13, X15, TUBIN, Mandrake 2A, 2B, Capella 5, GNOMES 2, LINCS 1, 2, PACE 1, TROPICS Pathfinder, D2/AtlaCom 1, EG 3, Centauri 4, Lemur-2 140, ..., 145, SpaceBEE 88, ..., 111, SpaceBEE NZ-7, ..., NZ-10, Sherpa-FX 2, Lynk 06, Hawk 3A, 3B, 3C, Astrocast 0201, ..., 0205, Painani 2, Sherpa-LTE 1, Tenzing, Shasta, ARTHUR 1, Faraday Phoenix, KSF 1A, ..., 1D, Tiger 2, ION-SCV 003, NAPA 2, Spartan, Neptuno, W-Cube, Ghalib, QMR-KWT|