Shoebox-size satellites for Artemis I #shorts
Joining @NASA’s Orion spacecraft on the powerful Space Launch System rocket are ten CubeSats that will help prepare for the return of astronauts to our lunar companion. Our deep space antennas, along with the Goonhilly Earth Station in the UK, are tracking six of the small satellites, ensuring they arrive where they need to be, and their data gets back home.
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I heard that about 6 of them had major issues. Where can information about current status of those satellites be found?
We speak about the Kessler Syndrom. But how it behaves with the cube sat and the recognition and end of life? Are they controlled taken out of space?
Its a shame the most exciting satellites of these actually failed