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Launch Date
28.04.2008
IMS-1, previously referred to as TWSat (Third World Satellite), is a low-cost microsatellite imaging mission of ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization).
Orbit Polar Sun Synchronous
Altitude 635 km
Mission Life
2 years
Physical Dimensions 0.604x0.980x1.129 m
Mass 83 kg
Power Two deployable sun pointing solar panels generating 220 W power, 105 Ah Lithium ion battery
Telemetry, Tracking and Command S-band
Atlitude and Orbit Control System Star Sensor,
Miniature Sun Sensors, Magnetometers Gyros,
Miniature Micro Reaction Wheels,
Magnetic Torquers, single 1 N Hydrazine Thruster
Data Handling S-band
Data Storage 16 Gb Solid State Recorder
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