Programmable substrate with QYH530 and CX2001. Look closely and you'l see CD4050B's.
S/N 001 with labels identifying each experiment.
Mass is approximately 168 grams.
THE SPACE TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH VEHICLES: STRV-1A,B,C&D
Cdr Richard Blott RN and Mr Nigel Wells
Space Department, Defence Research Agency
10th Annual AIAA/ Utah State University Conference on Small Satellites
The paper presents an overview of the achievements of the Space Technology Research Vehicle (STRV) 1a&b microsatellite mission in geostationary transfer orbit (GTO). Launched in June 1994 as auxiliary passengers on an Ariane-4, the two satellites achieved their primary objectives of demonstrating new space technologies and techniques in a harsh radiation environment at low cost and in a short timescale. The follow-on mission : STRV 1c&d will also be designed and built by the UK Defence Research Agency at Farnborough and the mission is described in detail. The proposed science and technology payload, sponsored by the UK Ministry of Defence, the UK Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council, the US Ballistic Missile Defense Organisation, the US Air Force, the US Naval Research Laboratory, the European Space Agency, the Canadian Defence Research Establishment and the Canadian Space Agency, is also discussed. STRV 1c&d are currently scheduled to launch into GTO aboard an Ariane-5 towards the end of 1998 for a nominal one year mission.
R. Katz, M. Ott, K. LaBel, R. Velazco, A. Feizi, A. Lukemire, H. Kim, M. Olmos, I. Kleyner, Philippe Cheynet, and R. Ecoffet
STRV-1d SEE Flight Experiments : Digital Electronics and Optocouplers
SEE Symposium, April, 1998
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