©2007, IIT Kanpur, All Rights Reserved
Power management system
with sufficient protection.
Surface-mounted solar
panels.
Rechargeable batteries.
Maintains the satellite withing
specified temperature limits.
Passive thermal control
system.
Separates the satellite from launch
vehicle interface between launch
vehicle and Jugnu.
Houses all other subsystems.
Bears the vibration and thermal
loading skeleton structure.
Time synchronization.
Corrects orbital position for ADCS
system.
Transmits beacon throughout the orbit.
Controls satellite and its payload.
Operates in full-duplex mode.
Tracks the satellite.
Payload and health-log data
acquisition.
Controls orientation of the satellite in
space.
Maintains stability and maneuvres for
imaging.
Sun tracking for maximum power.
MEMS based accerelometer
and gyros in space.
Vibaration data logging
Data handling.
Computation for other
subsystems.
System health log.
Payload operation.
Error handling and diagnosis.
Near-IR Imaging system.
Studies the vegetation
patterns.
Jugnu
IIT Kanpur Nanosatellite