|Units or mass||3U|
|NORAD ID||Launch failure|
|Deployer||QuadPack (XL) [ISISpace]|
|Manufacturer||AIVT by Open Cosmos|
|Costs||RHEA Group’s Dover satellite, the company’s first, was co-funded by the UK Space Agency’s investment in the European Space Agency’s Navigation Innovation and Support Programme (NAVISP).|
Transmit new PNT signals for position or time determination.
Transmit an innovative new signal, specially designed by engineers at RHEA, to provide data from space that can be used on the ground to obtain a position or an accurate time. It will broadcast these new signals so that their performance can be tested as part of the research project.
The satellite is a strong example of UK expertise in PNT technology, which underpins vast swathes of economic activity
DOVER is a great example of Open Cosmos’ ability to design, manufacture, launch and operate satellites in a responsive manner. The timescales for this future mission are impressively aggressive: 8 months from the moment of first contact with RHEA to getting an operating satellite in orbit.
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