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Kinshachi-1
Kinshachi-1
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A project of Nagoya and Daido universities. (The name Kinschachi refers to the golden sea-monster statues on Nagoya castle). It carries d 10m resolution, 14 km swath imager, a 130 m resolution, 7-13 micron infrared camera reported to be for atmosphere temperature profiles and space debris monitoring, and an amateur radio relay payload. Sun synchronous orbit; 1055 GMT local time of the descending node. Technology satellite for Nagoya University, Daido University, Japan. Launched 2016.

AKA: Kinshachi. Status: Operational 2014. First Launch: 2014-11-06. Last Launch: 2014-11-06. Number: 1 . Gross mass: 50 kg (110 lb). Apogee: 537 km (333 mi).


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ChubuSat 1 (Kinshachi 1) Technology satellite for Nagoya University, Daido University, Japan. Launched 2014.

ChubuSat 3 (Kinshachi 3) Technology satellite for Nagoya University, Daido University, Japan. Launched 2016.

Family: Surveillance. Country: Japan. Launch Vehicles: Dnepr. Launch Sites: Dombarovskiy.

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