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NanoRacks-FPT University CubeSat-1 (NanoRacks-FPTU_CubeSat-1)
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Experiment Overview

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Brief Summary

NanoRacks-FPT University CubeSat-1 (NanoRacks-FPTU CubeSat-1) is a picosatellite designed and manufactured by FSpace Laboratory. Applications of this satellite cluster include global tracking of the movement of ships, detecting early warning of forest fires, and researching the Earth’s atmosphere at the lowest level.

Principal Investigator(s)

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Sponsoring Space Agency

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Sponsoring Organization

National Laboratory (NL)

ISS Expedition Duration

May 2012 - September 2012



Expeditions Assigned

31/32

Previous ISS Missions

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Experiment Description

Research Overview

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Description

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Applications

Space Applications

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Earth Applications

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Operations

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Operational Protocols

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Imagery

image NanoRacks-FPTU CubeSat-1, designed and manufactured by F space laboratory, deploys from the International Space Station. Image courtesy of NanoRacks, LLC.
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image Team members from FPT University and FPT Technology Research Institute of Vietnam, showcase the NanoRacks-FPTU CubeSat-1 they designed. Image courtesy of NanoRacks, LLC.
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