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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.