Nanosatellite Constellation

A nanosatellite constellation is a group of small satellites, typically weighing between 1 and 10 kilograms, that work together in a coordinated manner to perform a specific task or mission. These constellations often involve dozens or even hundreds of individual satellites working together to achieve a common goal. Nanosatellite constellations are often seen as a cost-effective alternative to traditional, larger satellite systems, as they can be launched and operated at a lower cost and with greater flexibility. A nanosatellite constellation consists of 2 or more satellites and often ranges between 10 to 40 satellites depending on the application, global coverage needs, revisit rate, and accuracy required from the data gathered.

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