|Name||HuskySat-1 (OSCAR 107)|
|Units or mass||3U|
|Status||Reentry 2023-04-12. Was semi-operational and back alive in December 2021? Was operational until 2020-07-XX? (Confirmation by the team and many reports with telemetry on Twitter as of 2020-04-10 but SatNOGS telemetry data is strangely repetitive. Last checked 2023-06-09)|
|Deployer||NRCSD-E (External NanoRacks CubeSat Deployer)|
|Launcher||Antares (ELaNa 25) (NG-12)|
|Deployment||Deployed from Cygnus on 2020-01-31|
|Organisation||University of Washington|
|Entity||Academic / Education|
Demonstrate propulsion and high-speed transmission for a Moon mission.
Demonstrate onboard plasma propulsion and high gain telemetry for LEO that would be a precursor for an attempt at a larger CubeSat designed for orbital insertion at the Moon.
On the first active pass over Seattle, just 2 hours after deployment, students used the UW ground station to command the satellite to change operational modes.
|Failure cause||Heat issue due to full illumination?|
|Photo sources||  |