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Space commemorative cover
or Space Cover.
Cosmodrom : China
Date of Cancellation: Sept. 25, 2016
Printed: 200 units
Kind of Event : Launch
Launch pad : CHINE Xi-chang
Mission type : Ecology and Earth observation
ou?/where?: au sol - ground
autographe?: non - none
Description : 26.09.2016 - SCATSAT 1
7 co-passengers are two satellites from Indian universities, three Algerian satellites, one Canadian satellite and one American satellite.
BlackSky Pathfinder 1
AlSat-Nano (AlSat 1N)
CanX 7 PSLV-G (3)
On September 25, 2016 from Space Center Satish Dhawan PSLV C35 successfully orbit SCATSAT-1 and 7 co-passengers.
SCATSAT-1 is a meteorological satellite designed to take over from Oceansat-2. SCATSAT-1 is built by ISRO on an IMS2 platform with a payload including a Ku-band scatterom which is an upgraded version of the Oceansat-2 launched in 2009. A launch weight of 377 kg, a power Electric power of 750W and a lifetime of 5 years.
SCATSAT-1 is placed on a sun-synchronous polar orbit at 720 km altitude to provide weather forecasting, detect and track cyclones.
ALSAT-1B is an optical observation satellite developed for Algeria within the framework of a cooperation between SSTL and ASAL (Agence Spatiale Algérienne). The design is done by SSTL and the realization is done in cooperation with in particular the phase of AIT carried out in Algeria. On this occasion, ASAL teams are trained by SSTL.
ALSAT-2B is an optical observation satellite developed by Airbus Defense and Space under a joint contract with ALSAT-2A which was launched in July 2010. ALSAT-2B is built on an AstroSat-100 / Myriad
ALSAT-Nano is a 3U CubeSat demonstration satellite developed in cooperation between ASAL and the United Kingdom Space Agency. Mass at launch of 7 kg.
NLS-19 also known as CanX-7 (Canadian Advanced Nanospace eXperiments 7) is a 3U CubeSat demonstration satellite developed by UTIAS (University of Toronto
Pathfinder-1 is a high-resolution (around 1 meter) optical observation satellite operated by BlackSky Global. Weight at launch 44 kg. The second satellite must be launched by SpaceX with Falcon 9.
PRATHAM is a nanosatellite developed by the aerospace engineering department of the ITT of Bombay.
PISAT (PESIT Imaging Satellite) is a nanosatellite developed by PES University Bangalore and its consortium.
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