|Units or mass||PocketQube 3p|
|Manufacturer||AIVT by Alba Orbital|
|Launch brokerer||Alba Orbital|
Proof of concept for an eventual constellation
Proof of concept for an eventual constellation to service other space users with high speed real-time data connection, storage, and computation. These satellites named NOOR 1-A and 1-B will demonstrate a LEO-LEO intersatellite link, encrypted communication, ADCS, and integration with ground station software that allows 3rd party satellites to request data transfer, crucial technologies required to create a real-time global communications constellation.
|NOOR 1-A (NOOR1-A, Unicorn-2B)||Reentry 2020-12-28. No signal? (Alba has not announced receiving signals and this is still in higher altitude orbit compared to NOOR 1B reentry indicating solar panels were likely not deployed as of 2020-04-18)||2019-12-06||375 km, 97 deg|
|NOOR 1-B (NOOR1-B, Unicorn-2C)||Reentry 2020-04-07. Was semi-operational until? (Panels were deployed, but wording "customer confirmed reception of signal" and focus on TLEs instead of satellite performance does not exude confidence about a fully operational satellite. Previously Alba had not announced receiving signals and no responses to questions, but objects are known in Space-Track as of 2020-04-18)||2019-12-06||375 km, 97 deg|