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Also known as momentum wheels, reaction wheels store rotational energy to deliver three-axis attitude control, without external sources of torque, so that satellites can re-position while in orbit.
Also known as magnetic torquers, magnetorquers provide in-built attitude control, allowing a smallsat to maintain orientation with respect to an inertial frame.
In-space CubeSat propulsion systems that enable dynamic control of CubeSats and smallsats in orbit – for complex manoeuvres, collision avoidance, constellation positioning and other applications.
GPS receivers for satellites provide a vital communications link to help contribute to a wide range of Earth-focussed missions.
The emerging market segment of optical/laser communications systems for both space-space and space-ground data transfer holds great promise for future missions.
Commercially-available Earth Observation (EO) optical payloads for small satellites (<100 kg) that provide a wealth of data for a wide variety of missions and applications.
Cutting-edge satellites use star trackers to scan the starscape and determine the satellite’s attitude while in-orbit.
Attitude determination sensors that can determine the direction and position of the sun relative to a satellite to aid navigation and positioning.
Vital satellite radio equipment designed to enable satellites and spacecraft to downlink as much data as possible with as little power, mass, and volume taken up by the transmission equipment.
Satellite communication products that transmit data in the S-band for a wide range of technologies and applications.
A range of antennas for use with S-band communications equipment - a section of the microwave band of the electromagnetic spectrum that covers frequencies in the range 2 to 4 gigahertz (GHz).
A range of fixed and deployable solar panels and arrays to provide power to satellites.
Power and energy management systems that ensure consistent supply of power to other sub-systems in the satellite so they may operate effectively.
On-board avionics computer processing units that coordinate a wide variety of data and system functions to keep a spacecraft running smoothly.
An overview of deployers and dispensers for CubeSats, picosats and smallsats that enable the separation of one or multiple secondary payloads from a launch vehicle to the required initial orbit without damaging the vehicle, satellite or primary payload.
Every year more and more launch options are becoming available to teams looking to deploy a satellite in orbit. This article breaks down the different formulations of service available and details the major providers active in the marketplace.
Service providers around the world are providing satellite operators with access to both dedicated and shared ground station networks to enhance communication and data exchange.
- CubeSat structures
- Education and traning products
- In-Orbit Demonstrationtion (IOD) providers
- And much more!
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