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Name Open Cosmos
CubeSat Bus/Platform
IOD / IOV Payload Hosting Service
Educational Kit
Spacecraft Design Tool
Country UK
Founded 2015
Funding $7M

Built qbee-LTU-OC for QB50.
More than twenty Spanish companies and entities have joined forces to design, manufacture and launch a constellation of 30 Earth observation satellites; an unprecedented R&D&I project that will involve an investment of 147 million euros and will enable the digitisation of multiple strategic sectors, as well as obtaining key data for environmental monitoring and ecological transition.

Photos Open Cosmos
Status Active in nanosatellites
Subcontractor for
launched nanosats
qbee (qbee50-LTU-OC, SE01, OBEE50 LTU-OC ),   3B5GSAT (Sateliot-1, 3rd Generation Before 5th Generation Satellite),   LacunaSat-2b (LS2)
Subcontractor for
to be launched nanosats
ALISIO (Advanced and Light Satellite for Infrared Observations),   e2E 1 (IOD),   e2E 2 (IOV),   MANTIS (Mission and Agile Nanosatellite for Terrestrial Imagery Services)
Own nanosats
to be launched
MANTIS (Mission and Agile Nanosatellite for Terrestrial Imagery Services),   NOVA (Exodus Orbitals CubeSat)

Last modified: 2021-07-31

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