|Name||INS 1B (ISRO Nanosatellite)|
|Units or mass||9.7 kg|
|Status||No signal? (No public news found)|
|Entity||Government (Civil / Military)|
Radiometer to measure reflected sunlight from Earth and Single Event Upsets monitor.
Carries two science payloads. EELA keeps track of terrestrial exospheric line-of-sight neutral atomic hydrogen Lyman Alpha flux and can give an estimate for the interplanetary hydrogen Lyman Alpha background flux by means of deep space observations. The Origami Camera is a remote sensing colour camera that can take high-resolution pictures of the Earth with a small package.
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