Indian Mini Satellite bus

Summary

Indian Mini Satellite (IMS) is a family of modular[1] mini satellite buses developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).[2][3]

Variants

Indian Mini Satellite (Variants)
Feature IMS-1[4][5][predatory publisher] IMS-2[5][6] IMS-3 (Planned IMS-2 Derivative)[7]
Launch Mass 100 kilograms (220 lb) 450 kilograms (990 lb) 450 kilograms (990 lb)
Maximum bus mass 70 kilograms (150 lb) 250 kilograms (550 lb) 250 kilograms (550 lb)
Payload mass 30 kilograms (66 lb) 200 kilograms (440 lb) 200 kilograms (440 lb)
Propellant 3.5 kilograms (7.7 lb) 21 kilograms (46 lb)
Design lifetime 2 years 5 years
Raw bus voltage 28-33 Volts 28-33 Volts 28-42 Volts
Solar Array Power 230 Watts (EOL) 675 Watts (EOL)
850 Watts (BOL)
850 Watts (BOL)
Payload power 30 Watts (Continuous)
70 Watts (Duty Cycle)
250 Watts (Continuous)
600 Watts (Duty Cycle)
250 Watts (Continuous)
400 Watts (Duty Cycle)
Attitude Control 3-axis stabilized
Four Reaction Wheels
Single 1N thruster
 
 
3-axis stabilized
Four Reaction Wheels
Mono-propellant RCS
Four 1N thrusters
Four 0.2N thrusters
Pointing Accuracy ± 0.1° (all axis) ± 0.1° (all axis)
SSR Storage 16 Gb 32 Gb (SDRAM)
256 Gb (Flash Memory)
32 Gb (SDRAM)
256 Gb (Flash Memory)
Payload data storage ≤ 16 Gb ≤ 32 Gb
Downlink ≤ 8 Mbit/s DL rate ≤ 105 Mbit/s DL rate ≤ 160 Mbit/s DL rate
Missions IMS-1 [8]
Youthsat [9]
Microsat-TD[10]
SARAL [11]
ScatSat-1[12]
EMISAT[13]
HySIS

XPoSat (Planned)

IMS-1

See also

References

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  9. ^ "YouthSat (IMS 1A)". Space.skyrocket.de. Retrieved 28 October 2015.
  10. ^ "Microsat". ISRO. Retrieved 12 January 2018.
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