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Kolibor
Russian earth seismology satellite. Study 1998. The Kolibor microsatellite platform of KB Arsenal was a universal development of that designed for the Predvestnik earthquake monitoring system.

Status: Study 1998. Gross mass: 200 kg (440 lb).

The 200 kg satellite could accommodate a 100 kg user-provided payload. The bus provided 50 W power to the payload and orient the spacecraft to within 1 degree in all three axes. The spacecraft design lifetime was three years. Arsenal's microsatellite experience included the Kompas-1, to have been launched from a Progress freighter after undocking from the Mir station, and Malysh, designed for launch from the ISS.



Family: Earth, Earth seismology sat. Country: Russia. Agency: Arsenal.

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