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A Conceptual Design of HAUSAT-1(CubeSat) Satellite
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A Conceptual Design of HAUSAT-1(CubeSat) Satellite
Kim, Joon-Tae; Kim, Young-Suk; Seo, Seung-Won; Kim, Young-Hyun; Chang, Young-Keun;
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This paper addresses the conceptual design results of the HAUSAT-1 (Hankuk Aviation University SATellite-1), developed by Space System Research Lab. of Hankuk Aviation Univ., which is a new generation picosatellite. This project has been funded by Korean Government for the purpose of developing the space core technology. This is the first attempt at the level of university in Korea to develop the satellite weighing less than 1kg and accelerates opportunities with low construction, low launch cost space experiment platforms. The purpose of the HAUSAT-1 project is to offer graduate and undergraduate students great opportunities to be able to understand the design process of satellite development as a team member. Its mission objectives are to track its position by the GPS receiver system, to deploy the thin film solar cell panel to generate extra power, and to measure plasma density and temperature with the plasma sensor. The HAUSAT-1 will orbit at the altitude of 650 km with 65 degree inclination angle with 12 months of design mission life. It is planned to be launched on November 2003 by Russian launch vehicle "Dnepr".
HAUSAT-1;GPS;Picosatellite;Plasma Sensor;Thin Film Solar Cell;Li-Ion;
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