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M6P Updated: 14 Jan 2019   Responsible Operator Ernestas Kalabuckas LY2EK
Supporting Organisation NanoAvionics  
Contact Person ernestas@n-avionics.com.nospam  
Headline Details: A 6U CubeSat. Proposing a UHF amateur command uplink and AX25 9k6 FSK downlink plus S Band comms using non-amateur frequencies. Planning a launch from India in Nov 2018 into a 550km circular orbit at a 45 degree inclination. **This additional information has been provided - During the mission NanoAvionics will be testing 6U (called M6P – Multipurpose 6U Platform) platform based on a modular and highly integral design which extends payload volume. The M6P will be 4th Lithuanian built Cubesat and a lot of knowledge and experience will be used gathered from still active LituanicaSat-2 mission. The M6P will be equipped with active stabilization: integrated magnetorquers and momentum wheels. There will also going to be installed in house build EPS, Flight computer with integrated ADCS, and COMMs. Satellite will also include 2 UHF transceivers (for redundancy purposes) that will work with deployable dual dipole turnstile type antennas. M6P platform also includes propulsion system capable to perform maneuvers such as orbital deployment, orbit maintenance, atmospheric drag compensation, precision flight in formations, orbit synchronization and atmospheric drag compensation resulting in extended satellite orbital lifetime. The propulsion unit also provides satellites with decommissioning utility at the end of mission, meeting the space debris mitigation requirements of ESA and NASA. So called “green” chemical propulsion system to reach TRL7 was previously launched with PSLV C-38 and successfully tested in orbit during LituanicaSAT-2 mission. Propulsion experiment onboard M6P will bring propulsion system developed by NanoAvionics to TRL9. To ensure the practical reliability of the platform, radiation-resistant components and design implementations have been incorporated to support critical systems such as the Flight Computer, Payload Controller, Electric Power System and Communication System. The platform is optimized to have a nominal 5 years operational lifetime in a Low-Earth Orbit (LEO) environment.****In the absence of an amateur mission coordination has been declined**
Application Date: 15 Jun 2018   Freq coordination completed on

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