|Units or mass||1U|
|Organisation||NASA Ames Research Center|
|Entity||Government (Civil / Military)|
Off-the-shelf commercial smartphone as the control system for the satellite and other technology demonstrations.
Off-the-shelf commercial smartphone as the control system for the satellite and used a UHF radio beacon to transmit data and images to the ground. The technology objective was to demonstrate the application of consumer electronics as the basis of an extremely low-cost satellite bus. 12 lithium-ion batteries, a Nexus One running the Android 2.3.3 and a StenSat radio at 437.425 MHz. Has an accelerometer and a magnetometer. On day 1, Bell and Graham transmitted health data (battery levels, temperatures, magnetometer sensors, accelerometer sensors). On day 2 (and beyond) Bell and Graham took 100 pictures.
|Keywords||Globalstar or Iridium or Inmarsat, Android|
|PhoneSat 1.0a (Graham)||Reentry 2013-04-27. Was operational.||2013-04-21||220 km, 51.6 deg|
|PhoneSat 1.0b (Bell, TechEdSat-2)||Reentry 2013-04-27. Was operational.||2013-04-21||220 km, 51.6 deg|