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DESIGN AND SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION OF A NANOSATELLITE STRUCTURE

DESIGN AND SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION OF A NANOSATELLITE STRUCTURE,Craig L. Stevens,Jana L. Schwartz,Christopher D. Hall

DESIGN AND SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION OF A NANOSATELLITE STRUCTURE   (Citations: 2)
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The Virginia Tech Ionospheric Scintillation Measurement Mis- sion, known as HokieSat, is a 40 lb nanosatellite being designed and built by graduate and undergraduate students. The satellite is part ofthe Ionospheric Observation Nanosatellite Formation (ION-F) which will perform ionospheric measurements and con- duct formation flying experiments. In this paper we describe the design ofthe primary satellite structure, the analysis used to arrive at the design, and the experimentation used to verify the analysis. We also describe the internal and external config- urations ofthe spacecraf t and how we estimate the mass, mass center, and moments ofinertia.
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