Since 2021, KP Labs has been working with the Space Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences (CBK PAN) to develop the Global Solar Wind Structure (GLOWS) photometer for NASA’s Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe (IMAP) mission. GLOWS will be one of ten scientific experiments onboard IMAP. The instrument is being designed and assembled at CBK PAN. Scheduled for launch in 2025 on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, the IMAP spacecraft will be positioned at the first Lagrange Point (L1), orbiting around the Sun roughly 1.5 million kilometers from Earth.
KP Labs Delivers Critical Computing Stack for GLOWS Photometer
Leopard undergoes Environmental Testing before space voyage
The last few weeks were quite intense for our Intuition-1 mission as its core component went through a thorough environmental testing campaign. That is a good reason to briefly describe the entire process and stress its importance to the eventual success of the mission. If you’re following the KP Labs news and projects, you probably […]
KP Labs top 10 in 2021
At the beginning of 2022, we are more than happy to continue the tradition of sharing with you the highlights of the previous year. See what we managed to achieve together in 2021. It was another amazing and exciting year!
Lion will roam above the planet – KP Labs to release their “king of the orbit”
KP Labs is beginning to work on an expansion of its product portfolio with an on-board computer for small satellites that will streamline and speed up on-orbit data processing, as well as ensure greater hardware reliability in modern satellite missions.