|Name||BEVO 1 (DragonSat 1)|
|Units or mass||3.5 kg|
|Status||Reentry 2010-03-17. No signal.|
|Deployer||SSPL (Space Shuttle Picosatellite Laincher, PLA, Picosatellite Launcher Assembly)|
|Deployment||Deployed from Space Shuttle on 2009-07-30|
|Organisation||University of Texas at Austin|
|Entity||Academic / Education|
|Partners||NASA Johnson Space Center, Texas A&M University|
Educational space systems engineering and GPS receiver testing.
Promote space engineering education as well as research into novel, low-cost autonomous rendezvous and proximity operations techniques. The first-mission requirements were to operate the Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver built by NASA JSC called DRAGON (Dual RF Astrodynamic GPS Orbital Navigator).
|Failure cause||Failed to separate from Aggiesat-2.|
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