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RSDO CATALOG ADVISORY NOTICE

NOTE THE FOLLOWING: THE SET OF RAPID III CATALOG SPACECRAFT SERVE AS A STARTING POINTS FOR MEETING YOUR MISSION SPACECRAFT REQUIREMENTS. THE RSDO CATALOG SPREADSHEET IDENTIFIES THE CHARACTERISTICS OF EACH CATALOG SPACECRAFT IN THE CONTRACT BASELINE CONFIGURATION. EACH SPACECRAFT IS CAPABLE OF BEING MODIFIED TO MEET OTHER MISSION SPECIFIC CAPABILITIES. THE CONTRACT CONFIGURATION IS ONLY ONE OF MANY POSSIBLE MISSION CONFIGURATIONS. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FULL CAPABILITY OF EACH RSDO SPACECRAFT, PLEASE CONTACT THE RSDO AT RSDO@GSFC.NASA.GOV OR PHONE: 301-286-1289 THIS FILE IS INTENDED TO BE PRINTED ON TWO 11 X 17 INCH PAGES. THE TABLE SHOULD FILL ONE PAGE. ADJUST PRINTER SETTINGS AND PAGE BREAKS AS NEEDED.
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Contractor >> Spacecraft Name >>
Parameter Units
W (EOL) kg kg kbps Mbit arcsec arcsec arcsec/sec deg / min years (names) Altitude, Inclination, Type, Other as needed meters meters type # of STs # recievers cell type/capacity (Ah) cell type/Area (m2) volts description CCSDS, STDN, etc S, X, UHF, Ka, Ku, etc.

Ball Aerospace BCP2000


400 500 450 80,000 56,000 10.5 10.5 0.5 18 5 Delta II, EELV, Taurus XL, Taurus 2, Falcon 9, Minotaur IV 600 km, 94 deg all-Beta LEO 400 - 900 km 0 to 108 deg 1.5-m hex (tip-to-tip) x 2.2-m height (3.5 m3) negotiable stellar inertial zero net momentum 2 2 Li-ion / 66 Ah Triple junction GaInP 2 , 7.3 m 2 24 - 35 Rad750 single board computer based CCSDS, STDN X- and S-band

Lockheed Martin LMx


427 460 426 mission-specic mission-specic 60 (3s) 130 (3s) 20 (3s) 23 3 Taurus 2, Delta II, Falcon 9, Minotaur IV, EELV 681 km, 98 deg, Sun Synch LEO 400-1,000 km 0 to Sun Synch 1.9 m dia x 1.8m h (ATLAS V 4m LPF) 1 bay, 0.3 m3 Zero momentum, 3-axis stabilized 2 mission-specic Li-ion, 60 Ah Triple Junction GaAs 28-33 Centralized processor control, 1553B & RS-422 connections CCSDS, STDN Cmd/Tlm: S-Band Data: Mission-specic Al Honeycomb Hexagon

Northrop Grumman Eagle 0


100 Panel: 86 Axially: 3000 471 1,000 0 (up to 384 Gbits can be added see comment) 1,550 (3s) 1,550 (3s) 12 90 1 EELV, Falcon 9, Taurus II Lunar Impactor LEO (28 - 90 incl & altitudes from 425 km to 1,000 km), GEO, and interplanetary. 0.42 m x 0.76 m x 0.31 m (X x Y x Z) N/A 3-axis stellar inertial w/ thrusterbased control 1 0 Li-Ion / 24 Ah (4 batteries 96 Ah) ATJ triple junction solar cell with monolithic diode, 3.2 m2 22-34 (28V nominal) Central processor with RAD750, modular with cPCI and serial 1553 backplane CCSDS, STDN S-band Al ESPA Ring Mono-prop (N2H4) 305 kg hydrazine 4 kg pressurant 800 LCROSS 20 28 Eagle-1 (single-string LEO optimized conguration) (see comments above) Eagle-2 (dual-string LEO optimized conguration) (see comments above)

Orbital 300S
125 65 272 40,000 160,000 5 (1s) 120 (1s) 1.5 3 deg/sec 2 Minotaur I, Taurus, EELV 425, 97.128, Sun Synch, Asc note at the terminator As needed with impacts to other parameters. 0.762 dia x 1.143 32 x 22 x 23 cm, 6 6U cPCI PL I/F slots 3 axis ZMB, megnetic desat 1 1 NiH2/16 Triple Junction GaAs, 2.7 25-34 cPCI, 1553, LVDS SGLS L-band/S-band

Orbital 300HP
775 3,000 1,169 40,000 160,000 6 radial (1s) 120 (1s) 1 0.125 deg/sec 5 EELV, Delta, Taurus II 565, 25.6, all As needed with impacts to other parameters. 1.828 x 1.828 x 1.4 35.6 x 71.1 x 30.48 cm to external panel 3 axis ZMB, megnetic desat 3 2 NiH2/125 ATJ GaAs, 16 25-34 cPCI, 1553, LVDS TDRSS, NASA GN S-band/S-band

Orbital LEOStar 2
850 500 938 300,000 500,000 42 48 1 60 5 with expendables for 7 Delta II 600 km 97.8 deg Sun Synch 400 km to 1,000 km at any inclination 1.54 m x 1.24 m x 1.66 m Limited 3-axis stabilized 3 for 2 redundant 1 internally redundant Li-Ion / 320 A-hr 4-panels, triple junction cells, 14.4 m2 total area 24 - 34 Distributed C&DH and ACS processors, 1553 bus and serial interfaces CCSDS S-Band Command and Telemetry, X-band Science Data Downlink Cuboid with twin articulated solar array wings Monopropellant (N2H4) blowdown system 282 371 Dawn 30.5 42

SST-US LLC SSTL-150


50 50 103 80 Mbps (X-Band) 16,000 25 36 1.5 1 deg/sec 7 Falcon 1e, Atlas, Delta, Athena and other launchers 630km, 99 deg LEO from 400km to 1,000km, any inclination 730mm x 455mm x 774mm 279.5mm x 231.5mm x 252.5mm 3-axis control with Reaction wheels and Magnetorquers 1 1 Li-ion/15Ah Triple Junction GaAS, 1.15m2 28V-33V CAN Bus SSTL S-Band Aluminum/ Aluminium skinned honeycomb panels Hot gas Xenon Resistojet 12 36 RapidEye, DMC+4, TopSat 24 31

SST-US LLC SSTL-300


140 150 217.7 105 Mbps (X-Band) 16,000 72 360 2 0.75 deg/sec 7 Falcon 1e, Atlas, Delta, Athena and other launchers 700km, 98.7 deg LEO from 400km to 2,000km, any inclination 730mm x 455mm x 1,000mm 279.5mm x 231.5mm x 252.5mm 3-axis control with Reaction wheels and Magnetorquers 1 2 Li-ion/15Ah Triple Junction GaAS, 2.44m2 28V-33V CAN Bus SSTL S-Band Aluminum/ Aluminium skinned honeycomb panels Hot gas Xenon Resistojet 12 15 RapidEye, DMC+4, TopSat, NigeriaSAT-2 31 37

SST-US LLC SSTL-600


386 200 429 105 Mbps (X-Band) 128 360 605 mission-specic 1 deg/sec 4 Falcon 1e, Atlas, Delta, Athena and other launchers 23,590km, 56 deg LEO, MEO, GEO 1900mm x 1400mm x 476mm 901mm x 908mm x 260mm 3-axis control with gyros and Reaction wheels Not baselined Not baselined Li-ion/60Ah Silicon, 6.8m 2 26.5V-38V CAN Bus SSTL S-Band Aluminum/ Aluminium skinned honeycomb panels Liquied Butane Gas 66 91.4 GIOVE-A 31 39

Thales Alenia France PROTEUS


300 300 300 1,000 2,000 20 72 3 n/a 5

Thales Alenia Italy PRIMA


1,100 1,138 1,032 up to 310 up to 1,200 (EOL) < 18 < 36 <1 up to 1/sec 7

Compatibility

Orbit Average Payload Power (EOL) Maximum Payload Mass Bus Dry mass (w/o Payload) Science Data Downlink Science Data Storage (Capacity) Pointing Knowledge Pointing Control Pointing Stability (Jitter) Slew rate Mission Design Life Compatible LVs Nominal Orbit Types of Orbits Available External Payload Volume Internal Payload Volume

Soyuz, Delta II,Zenit, Ariane 5, Ariane 5, Athena 2, Cosmos, LMEuRockot, Dnepr, PSLV, Cosmos, 2D, PSLV, Rockot, Spoyuz, Taurus Taurus, Falcon-9 1,396 km, 66 deg Inclination from 20 to 140, altitude from 600km to 1,500km Depending on launch fairing envelop Depending on payload module selection 3 axis stabilized with 0 angular momentum 2 1 Li-Ion (9S3P) / 78Ah Standard Si / 3200 cells 23-37 V 1553 CCSDS S-band Cubic shape made with Al bars and Al honeycomb panels Momopropellant, Hydrazin (N2H4) 28 120 JASON 1&2, CALIPSO, COROT and SMOS 22 32 620 km, 98, Sun Synch LEO from 0 deg to SSO inclination, up to 1,500 km 1.344 m x 1.344 m x 0.7m h (on top oor) 1 bay, 1.23 m3 3-axis 2 (able to manage up to 3) 2 Li-Ion/up to 340 Ah Triple Junction GaAs/18.3 m2 23-38 Mil-Std-1553B CCSDS S-Band or X Band Al alloys Honeycomb, with CFRP facesheets (for internal items) and Al facesheets (for external panels), square base prism Mono-propellant, N2H4 134 150 COSMO FM1, COSMO FM2, COSMO FM3, RADARSAT-2 26 39

Description

ACS Star Trackers GPS Batteries Solar Arrays Main Bus Voltage Range C&DH Bus Architecture Downlink Formats Comm Up\Downlink Band

Structure

description

Al honeycomb hexagon

Al Honeycomb Octagon

Al Honeycomb Octagon

Propulsion Propellant Capacity Max delta V Programmatic heritage mission(s) nominal schedule nominal schedule Contract Options Contract Option #1

type, fuel kg m/s name(s) months (ATP to ready for payload I&T) months (ATP to launch) description

Mono-prop (N2H 4) 95 200 QuikSCAT, QuickBird, ICESat, CloudSat 23 35

Mono-prop (N2H4) 38 90 MRO, IKONOS 27 38

Mono-prop (N2H4) 39.4 nominal, 114 tank capacity 191 nominal NFIRE, C/NOFS, RHESSI, MightySat II 26 39

Mono-prop (N2H4) 353.5 149 Fermi, GeoEye-1, Swift, Coriolis 28 45

Mission Operations Center

Mission Operations Center

Enhanced X-Band Transmitter

Enhanced X-Band Transmitter

High-Speed Data Recorder

Prima-S (Small)

Contract Option #2

description

X-Band Antenna Pointing Mechanism Enhanced Small Satellite Reaction Wheel Ground Station Provision

X-Band Antenna Pointing Mechanism SmallWheel 200SP Reaction Wheel Ground Station Provision

Enhanced X-Band Transmitter

Prima with Advanced Data Handling

Contract Option #3

description

X-Band Antenna Pointing Mechanism SSTL 600 Fine Pointing Ground Station Provision

Prima High Agility Add-on

Contract Option #4 Contract Option #5

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