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Advancing Small Satellite Earth Observation: Operational Spacecraft, Planned Missions and Future Concepts

@inproceedings{Wicks2000AdvancingSS,
  title={Advancing Small Satellite Earth Observation: Operational Spacecraft, Planned Missions and Future Concepts},
  author={A. Wicks and A. Curiel and J. Ward and M. Fouquet},
  year={2000}
}
The launch of Surrey’s UoSAT-12 in April 1999 heralded a new era in small-satellite Earth observation. The UoSAT-12 mission, Surrey’s first mini-satellite, supports a variety of payloads, including a 10-m panchromatic imager and a 32-m multispectral imager both built at Surrey using COTS technology. In building these imagers, Surrey applied the lessons learned over sixteen microsatellite missions, and took advantage of the minisatellite class platform, which can support larger payloads and more… Expand
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