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  • Setellite Technology Research Center 1
  • Setellite Technology Research Center 2
  • Setellite Technology Research Center 3
  • Setellite Technology Research Center 4
    The sky is the limit STSAT - KAIST Setellite Technology Research Center
    KITSAT-1
    KITSAT-1

    ∎ KITSAT-1

    Launched in August 1992, KITSAT-1 was the first Korean satellite, developed by SaTRec after three years of participation in an educational program at the University of Surrey in satellite development and training of researchers.

    KITSAT-1 was used to conduct experiments in earth imaging and audio/video communication. The successful launch of KITSAT-1 opened the door to space exploration for Korea and allowed the nation to take pride in being one of the few nations in the world to have a national satellite.


    Objectives
    - To acquire satellite development technology
    - To train experts in the field of satellite technology
    - To promote the space industry and expand public interest in space science
    - To conduct research on the space environment
    Key Specifications
    Orbit 1300 km circular orbit (inclination : 66.08o)
    Size 352x356x670 mm
    Weight 48.6 kg
    Power Rating Max. 30 W
    Attitude Control Method Gravity-gradient stabilization, magnetic torquer, < 5 deg pointing accuracy
    Communication
    (Transfer Speed)
    Uplink (145 MHz frequency band): 9600 bps
    Downlink (435.175 MHz frequency band): 9600bps
    Main Computer OBC186(80C186)
    Payloads Digital Store and Forward Communication Experiment (DSFCE)
    CCD Earth Imaging System (CEIS)
    Digital Signal Processing Experiment (DSPE)
    Cosmic Ray Experiment (CRE)