|Units or mass||3U|
|Organisation||German Orbital Systems|
|Manufacturer||AIVT by German Orbital Systems|
|Operator||German Orbital Systems|
Demonstrate CubeSat platform technologies and ADS-B receiver.
Second generation of the 3U CubeSat platform developed by German Orbital Systems GmbH, a private company from Germany. The satellites will demonstrate a number of new technologies, especially, in the field of services for the radio amateur community. Each satellite is also equipped with a new ADS-B receiver, developed in-house, that will be qualified in space.
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|D-Star One||Launch failure||2017-11-28||Launch failure|
|D-Star One v.1.1 Phoenix||Deployment failure? No object in Space-Track and same claimed by Gunter's Space Page. Official twitter did report receiving beacons until 2018-02-02, 1 day?||2018-02-01||580 km, 97.8 deg|
|D-Star One (iSat)||Operational (Social media news on 2018-12-27. Latest SatNOGS report 2023-06-10. Checked on 2023-06-11)||2018-12-27||580 km, 97.8 deg|
|D-Star One (Sparrow)||Operational (Social media news on 2018-12-27. Latest SatNOGS report 2023-06-11. Checked on 2023-06-11)||2018-12-27||580 km, 97.8 deg|
|D-Star One EXOCONNECT||Operational (Official social media on 2019-09-26 and objects identified)||2019-07-05||530 km, 97.5 deg, SSO|
|D-Star One LightSat||Operational (Official social media on 2019-09-26 and objects identified. Last SatNOGS report with data 2023-06-11 last checked 2023-06-11)||2019-07-05||530 km, 97.5 deg, SSO|