What is nanosatellite? and How does it work?

The nanosatellite is cheaper, smaller, and faster-produced satellites than conventional satellites.

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As we all know, satellites produced in space exploration have always been huge and costly. This was noticed in the late 1990s and the philosophy of small satellite missions emerged. In this way, satellites will be subject to a specific budget and program. In other words, each satellite will have only one mission. The satellites produced with this new idea could be produced smaller, cheaper, and faster than conventional satellites. And engineers began to manufacture small satellites. Artificial satellites weighing less than 10 kilograms is called nanosatellite.

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