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Nanosatellites are a disruptor in the space technology realm and provide increased capabilities at a fraction of the cost of larger satellites.
There are many benefits to using nanosatellites. Aside from being versatile and inexpensive, nanosatellites provide natural redundancy of systems to your mission.
There are significant applications for today’s small satellites, from the rescue, repair and deorbit of larger satellites to disaster, weather and border monitoring capabilities.
 
nano-satellites integrate as plug-and-play solutions and allow you to concentrate on mission objectives! 
 
Seven basic facts about nanosatellite technology to help you become an instant expert: 
  
Small satellites are often quite big. Anything under 500kg is called a small satellites; under 100kg is a microsatellite; under 10 kg is a nano; and under 1kg is a pico.
 
Combinations of 3, 6 or 12 Cubes can carry out commercial applications. Single cubes were developed as tools for teaching and technical demonstration. But these larger, more powerful crafts offer new kinds of opportunities.
 
Constellations of these crafts take more frequent images than traditional satellites. One satellite can take up to 48hrs to fly back over the same site. A swarm of 50 satellites would take an image almost every hour.
 
Only £60m of this is expected to come from humanitarian and natural disaster response and resilience. Satellite constellations that cover large areas, taking regular images, could create a step change in monitoring, modelling and real-time disaster response.

 

Nanosatellites are a disruptor in the space technology realm and provide increased capabilities at a fraction of the cost of larger satellites.
There are many benefits to using nanosatellites. Aside from being versatile and inexpensive, nanosatellites provide natural redundancy of systems to your mission.
There are significant applications for today’s small satellites, from the rescue, repair and deorbit of larger satellites to disaster, weather and border monitoring capabilities.
 
nano-satellites integrate as plug-and-play solutions and allow you to concentrate on mission objectives! 
 
Seven basic facts about nanosatellite technology to help you become an instant expert: 
  
Small satellites are often quite big. Anything under 500kg is called a small satellites; under 100kg is a microsatellite; under 10 kg is a nano; and under 1kg is a pico.
 
Combinations of 3, 6 or 12 Cubes can carry out commercial applications. Single cubes were developed as tools for teaching and technical demonstration. But these larger, more powerful crafts offer new kinds of opportunities.
 
Constellations of these crafts take more frequent images than traditional satellites. One satellite can take up to 48hrs to fly back over the same site. A swarm of 50 satellites would take an image almost every hour.
 
Only £60m of this is expected to come from humanitarian and natural disaster response and resilience. Satellite constellations that cover large areas, taking regular images, could create a step change in monitoring, modelling and real-time disaster response.

 


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