ISS MicroSat Deployment
NanoRacks’ International Space Station MicroSatellite Deployment – Kaber Deployer Program provides a commercial gateway to the extreme environment of space.
The NanoRacks Kaber Microsat Deployer (Kaber) is a reusable system that provides command and control for satellite deployments from the International Space Station (ISS). NanoRacks developed the Kaber leveraging its experience deploying CubeSats from the ISS. The Kaber enables NanoRacks to support deployment into space of microsatellites up to about 82 kg from the ISS.
The Kaber promotes ISS utilization by enabling deployment into orbit for a class of payload developers normally relying on expendable launch vehicles for space access. Microsatellites that are compatible with the NanoRacks Kaber Deployer have additional power, volume and communications resources enabling missions in low Earth orbit of more scope and sophistication.
- Launched via pressurized launch vehicle to International Space Station
- Payload envelope easily accommodates 24U form factor
- Maximum payload mass 82 kg
- Satellite certified for ISS safety separately
- Full assembled Kaber is mounted and deployed outside of the ISS via the JEM Airlock Slide Table
- NanoRacks Brings Over 30 Payloads to ISS, Including Landmark Kaber Satellite and First-Ever Boy Scouts of America Experiment August 16, 2017
- NanoRacks Announces Polar Orbit Launch Opportunities on PSLV August 7, 2017
- NanoRacks Deploys CubeSats from Cygnus Spacecraft, Demonstrates Future Reusability Goals June 9, 2017
- NanoRacks Completes Largest ISS CubeSat Deployment Cycle To Date May 26, 2017
- NanoRacks CubeSat Deployer Mission 11 Status Update: Good Deploy! May 17, 2017