|Units or mass||3U|
|Organisation||US Air Force Space Command|
|Entity||Government (Civil / Military)|
|Launch brokerer||Tyvak, ?|
Demonstrate CubeSat platform technologies. and radio occultation measurements of total electron content and L-band scintillation.
Develop best practices for operational CubeSat/NanoSat procurement, development, test, and operations. To mature CubeSat bus and sensor component technology readiness levels and to demonstrate the operational utility of CubeSat measurements by flowing validated, low-latency data into operational space weather models.
3-axis stabilized with star cameras for attitude determination and are equipped with a Compact Total Electron Density Sensor (CTECS) to provide radio occultation measurements of total electron content and L-band scintillation. One satellite has a Cubesat Tiny Ionospheric Photometer (CTIP) monitoring 135.6 nm photons produced by the recombination of O+ ions and electrons.
|SENSE SV1 (Space Environmental NanoSat Experiment, SV-1)||Reentry 2015-03-21. Was operational.||2013-11-20||500 km, 40.5 deg|
|SENSE SV2 (Space Environmental NanoSat Experiment, SV-2)||Reentry 2019-10-28. Was semi-operational until 2015-04-30.||2013-11-20||500 km, 40.5 deg|