Nominate a 2019 Small Satellite Mission of the Year!
About the Award
The AIAA SmSTC Small Satellite Mission of the Year Award is presented annually to the mission that has demonstrated a significant improvement in the capability of small satellites. Eligible missions must have individual satellite wet mass of less than 150 kg, and must have launched, established communication, and have acquired results from on-orbit after January 1, 2018 00:00:00 UTC. To demonstrate “significant improvement,” nominations must show innovation in: spacecraft structural design, scientific instrument development, communications capability, attitude determination and control capability, intersatellite coordination, constellation or cluster management, onboard computing, or other mission aspects. The judges may consider missions with earlier launch dates that had delayed ISS deployments or extensive on-orbit checkout periods, on a case-by-case basis.
Nominations
There have been many exciting missions recently! The following links may be useful for considering nominations:

1) https://sites.google.com/a/slu.edu/swartwout/home/cubesat-database

2) http://www.klofas.com/comm-table/

3) http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sat/cubesat.htm

Please select a mission from the list below to second a nomination:
Didn't see a mission on the list? Please submit a mission you would like to nominate along with a description of the mission's key accomplishments. Alternatively, you can a nomination letter up to 1 page in length to chair@aiaa-smstc.org
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