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re: NASA to launch comms 'nanosats'
nicolas.mokhoff   1/3/2013 4:56:24 PM
any1: NASA is not specific on date only says in early 2013. An additional nugget from NASA: the total cost of the components to build each of the three prototype satellites was kept to $3,500 by using only COTS hardware and keeping the design and mission objectives to a minimum for the first flight.

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re: NASA to launch comms 'nanosats'
any1   1/2/2013 6:56:46 PM
What is the proposed date of this launch?

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