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Nanosatellite Developed by Russian Space Systems Company
22.04.2016 17:41
Nanosatellite Developed by Russian Space Systems Company

The Russian Space Systems, a part of Roscosmos, has engineered the technological nanosatellite TNS-0 No. 2 and prepared for launch.

      "The company plans to use the research results in creating new space systems of telecommunication, navigation, expeditious monitoring of natural phenomena and emergency situations", - the RSS press service reports.

      Dimensions of the TNS-0 No. 2 nanosatellite make only 20 by 65 cm, with the weight of 4,8 kg.

      The satellite is planned to be delivered to the Russian segment of the International Space Station in the first quarter of 2017 for the subsequent launch during astronauts' extravehicular activity. Active shelf life of the nanosatellite in the orbit of about 400 km high will make 3 months.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Satellites Nanosatellites    

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