|Units or mass||1U|
|Status||Reentry 2022-10-29. Was operational (Smallsat 2020)|
|Deployer||Slingshot / Equalizer [SEOPS]|
|Launcher||Falcon 9 (CRS-19)|
|Deployment||Deployed from Cygnus on 2020-02-01|
|Organisation||Northwest Nazarene University|
|Entity||Academic / Education|
|Manufacturer||AIVT by NearSpace Launch|
|Partners||Made in Space|
Printed, assembled, charged, tested, and deployed from the ISS.
Printed, assembled, charged, tested, and deployed from the ISS. Uses a simple snap together design that can be completed in approximately five minutes, without the use of any adhesive or freefloating fasteners or tools. MakerSat 1’s 1U frame structure was was specifically designed to be 3D-printed on the AMF and then quickly snapped-together aboard the ISS.
The three MakerSat-1 science boards contain repeats of the MakerSat-0 CHS radiation and NNU polymer experiments, as well as a new sponsoring corporate experiment.
It is the first satellite specifically designed to be 3D printed and easily snap-assembled in microgravity. Its structural frame was 3D printed on the ISS AMF printer in August 2017.
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|Keywords||Globalstar or Iridium or Inmarsat|