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By detecting Planet Janssen, or 55 Cancri e (41 light years away), ASTERIA far surpassed the expectations and opened the field of exoplanet detection “to ever-smaller telescopes on ever-smaller satellites.” The Arcsecond Space Telescope Enabling Research In Astrophysics (ASTERIA) continued the prior and cancelled Exoplanet mission to search for new exoplanet transits around stars. ASTERIA achieved an incredible pointing stability to an exoplanet better than 0.5 arcseconds and thermal stability of 0.01ºC!!! So the ASTERIA mission “demonstrated a significant improvement in the capability of small satellites” (Small Satellite Mission of the 2018 Year Award). A truly successful testimony of the viability of cutting-edge astrophysics in CubeSats.

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By detecting Planet Janssen, or 55 Cancri e (41 light years away), ASTERIA far surpassed the expectations and opened the field of exoplanet detection “to ever-smaller telescopes on ever-smaller satellites.” The Arcsecond Space Telescope Enabling Research In Astrophysics (ASTERIA) continued the prior and cancelled Exoplanet mission to search for new exoplanet transits around stars. ASTERIA achieved an incredible pointing stability to an exoplanet better than 0.5 arcseconds and thermal stability of 0.01ºC!!! So the ASTERIA mission “demonstrated a significant improvement in the capability of small satellites” (Small Satellite Mission of the 2018 Year Award). A truly successful testimony of the viability of cutting-edge astrophysics in CubeSats.

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Astrophysics Research
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6U
7% have this trait
Int'l Designator
COSPAR 1998-067NH
7% have this trait
Launch Date
August 14, 2017
4% have this trait
Satellite Catalog No
NORAD ID 43020
7% have this trait
Tags
Space Nanosatellite CubeSat Telescope Science
7% have this trait
Website
Https://nanosat.cards/
87% have this trait
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