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Technology Demos

Technology Demos

See a range of NanoRacks’ customer CubeSat and NanoLab technology demonstrations deployed into low earth orbit and in internal payloads inside the International Space Station. From commercial space tech demos for new telescopes, radio transmitters and antenna pointing systems to demonstrations of standardized ArduLab modules.

Arkyd Telescope Demo

Planetary Resources – Arkyd-3 is a small CubeSat demonstrating technologies that will be used in the future Arkyd space telescope fleet, including avionics, attitude control, and power systems.

Customer: Planetary Resources
Research: Arkyd Telescope Demo
NanoRacks Facility: Smalsat Deployment
Mission Duration: 03/2015 – 09/2015
Mission Status: Complete
More Info: From NASA…

Amateur Radio

LituanicaSAT-1 is the first Lithuanian satellite mission. The primary mission objective is to provide university students and young engineers knowledge & real hands-on experience in satellite engineering.

Customer Name: LituanicaSat
Research: Amateur Radio
NanoRacks Facility: Smallsat Deployment
Mission Duration: 01/2014 – 02/2014
Mission Status: Deployed in LEO
More Info: From…

ArduLab Demonstration

NanoRacks- ArduLab-1 Tech Demo is a technical demonstration of the ArduLab microcontroller board system for use with the NanoRacks modular experiment system. The ArduLab employs simple measuring instruments to demonstrate the utility of the ArduLab system for future experimental use.

Customer Name: Infinity Aerospace
Research: Technical Demonstration
NanoRacks Facility: NanoLab…

Global Positioning

LitSat-1 is a technology demonstration representing one of two Lithuanian CubeSats that uses internal gyroscopes, accelerometers, magnetometers, solar sensors and a global positioning receiver to determine the satellite’s orientation.

Customer Name: Space Science and Technology Institute
Research: Global Positioning
NanoRacks Facility: Smallsat Deployment
Mission Duration: 09/2013 -…


Studying the effects of microgravity on remotely controlled robot control mechanisms and mechanical devices to determine the feasibility of using robots to complete tasks in a microgravity environment, where the only force to overcome is friction.

Customer Name: Fremont Christian High School
Research: Micro Robotics
NanoRacks Facility: NanoLab Platform
Mission Duration: 03/2013 -…

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