|Name||Hypergiant Lagrange CubeSat|
|Units or mass||12U|
Demonstrate interplanetary network and Earth's data archive.
Situated at a LaGrange point between the Earth and moon, where forces are ideally balanced to station a satellite for long periods, which will contain the large backup of Earth’s data. The goal will be to demonstrate how the broader network could work in practice. It will send and receive large amounts of data, using the Arch Mission Foundation’s collection as a test set, to demonstrate its resilience. The satellite will also be fitted with cameras and sensors to detect obstacles, gathering data that could prove useful for planning a future launch.
|Keywords||Beyond Earth orbit, Laser transmitter|
Last modified: 2022-12-29
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