MIMAN (Multi-spectral Imaging for Monitoring Aerosol by Nanosatellite, Monochrome Imaging for Monitoring Aerosol by Nanosatellite)

MIMAN
MIMAN
Name MIMAN (Multi-spectral Imaging for Monitoring Aerosol by Nanosatellite, Monochrome Imaging for Monitoring Aerosol by Nanosatellite)
Type CubeSat
Units or mass 3U
Status Semi-operational? First contact achieved 48 days after launch and then issues with large rotation speed and battery charging as reported on 2022-08-26 and 2022-11-10 as of 2022-12-20)
Launched 2022-06-21
NORAD ID 52900
Deployer Custom,?
Launcher Nuri (PVSAT)
Deployment Deployed from PVSAT on 2022-07-05
Organisation Yonsei University
Institution University
Entity Academic / Education
Nation South Korea
Oneliner

Multi-spectral Imaging for Monitoring Aerosol by Nanosatellite.

Failure cause First communication took place 48 days after deployment but then issue with large rotational speed and battery charging.
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Last modified: 2022-12-29
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