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2U satellite bus M2P

2U nanosatellite bus M2P

NanoAvionics provides CubeSat buses based on a modular and highly integral design which extends payload volume and saves development costs for customers.

Utilization of NanoAvionics’ satellite buses enables customers to concentrate on the most important mission goals dealing only with high-level mission implementation tasks such as payload integration and its support during the mission in orbit.

Example applications of the bus:

  • Educational missions
  • Technology in-orbit demonstration missions
  • Scientific missions
3U satellite bus M3P

3U nanosatellite bus M3P

NanoAvionics provides nanosatellite buses based on a modular and highly integral design which extends payload volume and saves development costs for customers.

Utilization of NanoAvionics’ satellite buses enables customers to concentrate on the most important mission goals dealing only with high-level mission implementation tasks such as payload integration and its support during the mission in orbit.

Applications of the nanosatellite bus:

  • Educational missions
  • Technology in-orbit demonstration missions
  • Scientific missions
  • Commercial constellation missions and many others
6U satellite bus M6P

6U nanosatellite bus M6P

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NanoAvionics’ flight-proven 6U satellite bus is based on a modular and highly integral design. It delivers extends payload volume and saves development costs for customers.

M6P satellite bus enables customers to concentrate on the most important mission goals and deal with high-level mission implementation tasks only, such as payload development, integration, and support during the mission in orbit.

The standard configuration of the nanosatellite bus is optimized for IoT, M2M, ADS-B, AIS, other commercial and emergency communication applications, and scientific missions.

M6P bus includes propulsion system capable to perform high-impulse maneuvers such as: orbital deployment, orbit maintenance, precision flight in formations, orbit synchronization and atmospheric drag compensation. It results in extended satellite orbital lifetime uncovered new opportunities for the unique customer missions and significant savings on constellation maintenance costs.