The Maxar 1300 is one of the world’s most popular spacecraft platform, designed to accommodate evolutionary technology advances. It was one of the first spacecraft platforms to provide solar electric propulsion (SEP) and has been used to demonstrate next-generation technologies including Q/V-band, photonics and a payload orbital delivery system (PODS) that brings small free-flying spacecraft to GEO.
Maxar's 1300 platform features a lightweight and high-strength structure, fuel-efficient attitude and station-keeping subsystems, high-efficiency and reliable solar arrays and batteries, and advanced command and control subsystems.
|Dimensions||3000 x 3500 x 5600 mm|
|Platform Wet Mass||1500 - 6500 kg|
|Payload Mass||up to - kg|
|Applications||TV broadcasting, Broadband, Digital Audio, Mobility/Cellular backhaul, Government, Scientific|
|Payload Power||up to 20 kW|
|Solar Array Power||5 - 30 kW|
|Frequency Bands||Ku / Ka / S / C / X / L / EHF / SHF / Q/V|
|Attitude Control Accuracy||±0.05 deg.|
|Propulsion System||Chemical Bi-propellant|
|Development Time||24 - 30 months|
|Compatible Launchers||Ariane 5, Falcon 9, Atlas V, Delta IV, Proton M, H-2A|
|Additional Information||Single / Dual launch capability|
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