|Name||ASTERIA (ExoplanetSat, Arcsecond Space Telescope Enabling Research in Astrophysics)|
|Units or mass||6U|
|Status||Reentry 2020-04-24. Was operational until 2019-12-05, stopped transmitting and responding to commands (NASA news 2020-01-03 checked on 2020-01-04)|
|Deployer||NRCSD (NanoRacks CubeSat Deployer) [Quad-M]|
|Deployment||Deployed from ISS on 2017-11-20|
|Organisation||NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory|
|Entity||Government (Civil / Military)|
|Partners||Draper Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology|
Telescope to monitor a single start for two years to find transiting exoplanets.
Prototype nanosatellite capable of monitoring a single, bright, sun-like star for two years. Previously called ExoplanetSat, it develop into a suite of nanosatellites, each focusing on one bright star at a time. The science motivation is to search for transiting exoplanets orbiting the brightest sun-like stars in the sky.
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