Satellite name ALL-STAR/THEIA (Agile Low-cost Laboratory for Space Technology Acceleration and Research)
Form factor CubeSat
Units or mass 3U
Status Reentry 2014-05-26. Was semi-operational. Beacons seen, but not decoded. No 2-way comms. (Skyrocket writes nothing heard, which is probably not correct)
Launched 2014-04-18
NORAD ID 39683
Deployer P-POD (Poly-Picosatellite Orbital Deployer)
Launcher Falcon 9
Entity name University of Colorado Boulder
Institution University
Entity type Academic / Education
Country US
Partners Lockheed Martin, Colorado Space Grant Consortium

Demonstrate modular CubeSat platform and camera payload.


Create a reproducible modular bus. Capable enough to be used for a variety of small research and technology based based payloads. Built within six months of request after initial delivery in Spring 2012. Earth-imaging optical telescope payload built to test the capabilities of the ALLSTAR-1 Bus.

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