TT-1

TT-1 is launched successfully on May 10, 2012.

The satellite Tiantuo-1 (TT-1) is an innovative nano-satellite designed and developed by National University of Defense Technology (NUDT).  TT-1 integrates the kernel functional components on a single PC board firstly put forward by NUDT with no electric cables inside, which has greatly reduced the mass of the entire structure and...

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Introduction

TT-1 is launched successfully on May 10, 2012.

The satellite Tiantuo-1 (TT-1) is an innovative nano-satellite designed and developed by National University of Defense Technology (NUDT).  TT-1 integrates the kernel functional components on a single PC board firstly put forward by NUDT with no electric cables inside, which has greatly reduced the mass of the entire structure and enhanced its functional density. The size of the satellite is about 425mm×410mm×80mm, and the mass is 9.3kg.

 

Features

(1)Single-board architecture demonstration;
(2)Space- borne AIS(Automatic Identification System)test;
(3)COTS components flight experiment;
(4)Optical imaging test;
(5)Space environment detection.

Specifications
Performance parameters
Size 425mm×410mm×80mm
Mass 9.3kg
Payload AIS

atomic oxygen (AO)


Applications