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3 CubeSats will be deployed from “Kibo” Japanese Experiment Module on Friday, August 12, 2022.

  • Experiment at Kibo
On August 12, 2022, the following 3 CubeSats will be deployed from the Japanese Experiment Module “Kibo”.


TUMnanoSAT is the first CubeSat in Moldova developed by Technical University of Moldova (TUM), and it was developed under the framework of the JAXA/UNOOSA collaboration "KiboCUBE" programme.


FUTABA is the first-time collaboration with Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech) and Keiai High School.


HSU-SAT1 provided by the J-SSOD service provider, Space BD Inc.
The deployment event for those satellites by J-SSOD#22 will be broadcast via YouTube JAXA Channel.

August 12, 2022 (Friday)
18:25-18:55 (JST)  

【Satellite】 TUMnanoSAT [Size:1U]
【Organizations】 Technical University of Moldova (TUM)
  • Capacity building
  • Technology demonstration of nano/micro wire sensor, magnetometer, micro-gyroscope, sun sensor, communication protocol, and power source
【Satellite】 FUTABA [Size:1U]
【Organizations】 Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech)
Keiai High School
  • Lead-free solder whisker verification
  • 3-axis attitude control using magnetic torque
  • Promotion of satellite development by amateur radio operators
  • 2.4GHz wireless communication test
【Satellite】 HSU-SAT1 [Size:1U]
【Organizations】 Future Science Institute
Happy Science University
Hokkaido Satellite Co., LTD.
【Service provider】 Space BD Inc.
  • To demonstrate a technology of Electrical Power Supply, On Board Computer, and other bus components
  • To experiment as command transmission link by infrared light. The modulated infrared light emitted from our ground station is experimented as command transmission link.
  • To demonstrate camera image downlink by Slow Scan Television.
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