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An inflatable drag sail, was one of three large space deployable technologies developed as part of the DEPLOYTECH project.
This project was to build a 3U CubeSat sized satellite with a deployable sail that demonstrated rapid deorbiting.
These missions were collaborations with Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.
The first satellite launched as part of a collaboration of several countries to contribute satellites to the Disaster Monitoring Constellation.
The China DMC+4 satellite, known officially as Beijing-1, was launched as part of the 1st generation of satellites in the Disaster Monitoring Constellation.
A fully functional, self-building space telescope that is used to discover more about the weather conditions, atmosphere and sights within space.
An educational satellite project featuring the deployment of a 25 square metre sail structure to demonstrate the propulsive effect of solar radiation pressure.
This spacecraft's purpose is to allow small and medium enterprises to space qualify and characterise their technologies in the environment of space.
Investigating the seismic environment and deep structure of the Moon by placing a network of seismometers via penetrators on the lunar surface.