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Thai-Paht
Thai-Paht (TMSat): The Mission

Thai-Paht (TMSat): The Mission

No longer operational, Thai-Paht was the first Thai microsatellite and was launched in 1998 for Mahanikorn University in Bangkok.  A team of 12 engineers from the University completed a know-how technology transfer programme in the UK with SSTL as part of the programme.  

The Thai-Paht satellite carried multi-spectral Earth observation cameras and digital store-&-forward communications payloads making use of the advanced on-board processing and autonomous GPS positioning. 

Satellite Data

Name:
Thai-Paht

Customer:
Mahanikorn University, Thailand

Mission:
Earth Observation & Communications

Mass:
55kg

Platform:
SSTL-42

Launch Data

Launch Date:
10 July 1998

Launch Site:
Baikonur Cosmodrome, Russia

Launcher:
ZENIT

Orbit:

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