|Name||BeaverCube II (BeaverCube-2)|
|Units or mass||3U|
|Status||not launched, expected in 2024|
|Organisation||MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)|
|Entity||Academic / Education|
|Launch brokerer||NASA CSLI / ELaNa|
Educational mission with visible and infrared imagers.
Education mission that will teach high school students aerospace science by having them design a CubeSat. BeaverCube II will host one visible and two infrared imagers to measure cloud properties, ocean surface temperatures and ocean color to study the Earth’s climate and weather systems. It also will demonstrate an application for the use of shape memory alloy technology via an on-orbit calibration technique.