HyperActive

HyperActive
Name HyperActive
Type CubeSat
Units or mass 6U
Status not launched, expected in 2023
Organisation NanoAvionics
Institution Company
Entity Commercial
Nation Lithuania
Manufacturer AIVT by NanoAvionics
Operator NanoAvionics
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Demonstrate miniature hyperspectral imager plus a high-gain X-band antenna and upgraded X-band downlink transmitter.

Description

Demonstrate the performance of Dragonfly’s miniature hyperspectral imager plus a high-gain X-band antenna and upgraded X-band downlink transmitter from CubeCom of South Africa.
A secondary goal of the HyperActive mission is to gauge commercial market demand for hyperspectral data processed and distributed globally by Space JLTZ of Mexico.
Brent Abbott, NanoAvionics US CEO, told SpaceNew he was eager to fly Dragonfly’s half-kilogram Mantis imager once he learned of its unique features. Through software, Mantis can obtain imagery with various combinations of 148 spectral bands.
For the HyperActive mission, Mexican startup Space JLTZ Mexico will apply machine-learning algorithms to make the data more useful for daily observations.
For the HyperActive mission, NanoAvionics will supply its M6P six-unit cubesat, integrate payloads, conduct testing, handle spacecraft registration, logistics and frequency allocation, and oversee on-orbit payload operations.

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Last modified: 2022-12-29
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