Mission SSDA2028

Space Mission SSDA2028 incorporates these mission goals;
Send SSDA member list to Mars
Send Data Tracking Device to measure space data in a suborbital rocket system  past the Kármán line

Mission 

Space Mission SSDA2028

The Scientific Space Data Alliance aims to deliver a SSDA member list to Mars  and if successful in all stages, Send Data via a Tracking Device to measure space data in a suborbital rocket system past the Kármán line 

The Kármán line is an attempt to define a boundary between Earth's atmosphere and outer space. 100km distance

Mission Stages

Pre-mission logistics include coordination within the SSDA to lay out mission objectives, timelines, and mission goals. This page is part of PML

Unfortunately, we can not launch this mission alone, we have partnered with NASA to encorporate as much resources as we can with their outreach and learning initiatives. We have reached out to BlueOrigin to inquire on launching our payload

Launch date is still in determination 2026-2028 projected

Ideal SSDA Mini Payload
Exterior dimensions
up to 10 x 10 x 20 cm
(4 x 4 x 8 inches)
Payload Mass
0.5 kg (1.1 lbs) total mass
Power
5 V DC
900 mA peak current
Data
Flight data via USB

Mini Payload Exterior dimensions up to 10 x 10 x 20 cm (4 x 4 x 8 inches)  Payload Mass 0.5 kg (1.1 lbs) total mass  Power 5 V DC 900 mA peak current  Data Flight data via USB

SSDA payloads are supported by our unique avionics system and software

Which includes flight-ready:

Robust control systems
Data storage
Electrical power
Vehicle telemetry
Integrated avionics and desktop software for programming

Kármán line

the internationally recognized boundary of space.

  

The Kármán line is an attempt to define a boundary between Earth's atmosphere and outer space. 100km

Space Mission SSDA2028

Follow the mission

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Pre-Mission Logistics

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Funding Stage

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Launch

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Mission SSDA2028 Timeline

1

Find Payload Launch Logistics

The first major step is already underway, finding a way to get our device to space

2

Identify What Data SSDA Finds Desirable

We are still identifying what data we want to bring back home from orbit

3

Launch Mission SSDA2028

Estimated launch period around year 2028

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