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TechnoSat

Nanosatellit for the Demonstration and Verification of Novel Components and Subsystems
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The TechnoSat nanosatellite mission has the primary objective to demonstrate and test novel nanosatellite technologies and components in Low Earth Orbit. The satellite carries several payloads:

  • Camera
  • Fluiddynamic Actuator
  • S-Band Transmitter HISPICO
  • Laser-Retroreflectors
  • Solar Generator Impact Detector
  • Star Tracker STELLA
  • Rection Wheel System
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The secondary mission objective of TechnoSat is the on-orbit verification of the novel adaptive nanosatellite bus TUBiX20 (TU Berlin innovative neXt generation 20 kg nanosatellite platform). TechnoSat is scheduled to be launched in 2017.

References

Werner, Philipp; Starke, Mario; Graf, Alexander; Gordon, Karsten and Barschke, Merlin F. (2015). Modular electrical ground support equipment for nanosatellites. Proceedings of the 10th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, 211–214.


Frank Baumann and Klaus Brieß (2015). A Quad-channel UHF Transceiver for TUBiX20. 10th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation


Barschke, Merlin F. and Gordon, Karsten (2015). Enabling flexible payload management through modularity. presented at the 65th International Astronautical Congress


Gordon, Karsten and Barschke, Merlin F. (2015). A new concept of software architecture for a flexible attitude determination and control of nanosatellites. presented at the 65th International Astronautical Congress


Gordon, Karsten; Graf, Alexander; Barschke, Merlin (2015). Practical experience in using continuous integration within the development of nanosatellite software. Proceedings of the 10th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, 191–194.


Költzsch, Danilo and Barschke, Merlin F. (2014). Development and Verification of a Lightweight and Modular Structure for a Novel Nanosatellite Platform. presented at the 63th German Aerospace Congress


Barschke, Merlin F. and Gordon, Karsten (2014). TUBiX20 - A Generic Systems Architecture for a Single Failure Tolerant Nanosatellite Platform. presented at the 65th International Astronautical Congress


Daniel Noack, Jonathan Ludwig and Klaus Brieß (2013). Untersuchungen zu einem fluiddynamischen Aktuator für den Einsatz auf dem Nanosatelliten TechnoSat. 62. German Aerospace Congress


Daniel Noack, Jonathan Ludwig and Klaus Brieß (2014). Fluid-Dynamic Attitude Control Experiment for TechnoSat. Small Satellites Systems and Services Symposium


Kirchner, Georg; Grunwaldt, Ludwig; Neubert, Reinhard; Koidl, Franz; Barschke, Merlin; Yoon, Zizung and Fiedler, Hauke (2013). Laser Ranging to Nano-Satellites in LEO Orbits: Plans, Issues, Simulations. presented at the 18th International Workshop on Laser Ranging


Barschke, Merlin F.; Yoon, Zizung and Brieß, Klaus (2013). TUBiX - The TU Berlin Innovative Next Generation Nanosatellite Bus. presented at the 64th International Astronautical Congress


Barschke, Merlin F.; Großekatthöfer, Karsten and Montenegro, Sergio (2014). Implementation of a Nanosatellite On-Board Software based on Building-Blocks. presented at the Small Satellites Systems and Services Symposium


Barschke, Merlin F.; Adirim, Harry; Balagurin, Oleksii; Ballheimer, Walter; Dornburg, Lars; Kayal, Hakan; Noak, Daniel; Nitzschke, Christian; Pilz, Nobert A.; Wojtkowiak, Harald; Brieß, Klaus (2013). TechnoSat - A Nanosatellite Mission for On-Orbit Technology Demonstration. presented at the 27th AIAA/USU Conference on Samll Satellites


Barschke, Merlin F.; Baumann, Frank; Ballheimer, Walter; Großekatthöfer, Karsten; Nitzschke, Christian and Brieß, Klaus (2013). TUBiX20 - The novel Nanosatellite Bus of TU Berlin. Proceedings of the 9th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, 93-96.


Waldemar Bauer and Oliver Romberg and Holger Krag and Geert Henk Visser and Daniel Digirolamo and Merlin F. Barschke and Sergio Montenegro (2016). Debris in-situ impact detection by utilization of CubeSat solar panels. presented at the Small Satellites Systems and Services Symposium


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