VELOX INanyang Technological University
VELOX-I is the first Singapore nanosatellite to operate in Low Earth’s Orbit (LEO). It is part of NTU’s Undergraduate Satellite Program, which provides an opportunity for engineering students to participate in a multidisciplinary hands-on space project. Besides educational objective, VELOX-I also contributes to the nanosatellite research with its technology demonstration and scientific payloads.
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NORAD 40057 COSPAR designator 2014-034-E Inclination 98.249 RA of A. Node 305.916 Eccentricity 0.0013449 Argument of Perigee 101.412 Revs per day 14.74068384 Period 1h 37m 41s (97.68 min) Semi-major axis 7 026 km Perigee x Apogee 639 x 658 km BStar (drag term) 0.000178070 1/ER Mean anomaly 258.860
- to launch the first Singapore’s nanosatellite VELOX-I, which is designed, built, and operated by students from different schools in the College of Engineering, NTU.
- to acquire images of Earth and transmit them back to ground station. A narrow angle camera with tele-optics is used to provide high-resolution images of Earth from LEO.
- to carry out experiments relevant to technology demonstration.Payloads include: a vision system, a dual-FOV sun sensor.
- to piggyback launch a picosatellite (VELOX-PIII) for intersatellite communication experiment.
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Links und weitere Informationenhttp://www.sarc.eee.ntu.edu.sg/Research/Projects/Pages/VELOX-I.aspx
VELOX P-IINanyang Technological University
VELOX-PII (Picosatellite II) is the first CubeSat of SaRC (Satellite Research Center) at NTU (Nanyang Technological University), Singapore. VELOX-PII is a 1U CubeSat with a mass of 1.33 kg and dimensions of 10 cm x 10 cm x 11.35 cm. The CubeSat structure uses a hard anodized Al. 7075 chassis, with stainless steel load bearing parts.
The CubeSat is 3-axis stabilized. The ADCS (Attitude Determination and Control Subsystem) features 1 GPS receiver, 2 IMUs (Inertial Measurement Units), 1 dual-FOV sun sensor, 5 coarse sun sensors, and 3 magnetic torquers.
145.980 MHZ CW beacon
NORAD 39438 COSPAR designator 2013-066-Y Inclination 97.766 RA of A. Node 304.167 Eccentricity 0.0074832 Argument of Perigee 22.042 Revs per day 14.75516180 Period 1h 37m 35s (97.58 min) Semi-major axis 7 022 km Perigee x Apogee 591 x 696 km BStar (drag term) 0.000107250 1/ER Mean anomaly 338.399
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Links und weitere Informationenhttps://directory.eoportal.org/web/eoportal/satellite-missions/v-w-x-y-z/velox-pii
A Dnepr launch vehicle blasted off from the Dombarovsky Air Base, Orenburg Region, Russia, on November 21, 2013 at 7:10 UTC carrying a total of 32 spacecraft of different shapes and sizes to orbit. The launch was successful and all satellites were released into their desired orbits.