WHERE IT ALL BEGAN
Triumph is Teran Orbital’s most flown spacecraft platform and was previously referred to as Trestles. It shares common modules with the entire satellite bus product line. It incorporates the same avionics and GNC algorithms as Terran Orbital’s larger platforms. Terran Orbital minimized the power storage volume and structure to allow Triumph to fit on almost any launch vehicle.
Triumph meets the requirements for ‘rail’ based dispensers, including those sold by Terran Orbital. It has a compact tri-fold solar array, providing more power to a payload than is often available in this form factor. The platform is built for unrivaled agility, quickly able to maneuver between targets and target modes.
Terran Orbital employs top-of-the-line automation and modern manufacturing processes to support the delivery of hundreds of buses annually. From order to launch, in quantities from one to a constellation of one hundred, Terran Orbital accelerates the delivery of mission solutions.
- Small size to allow integration onto almost any launch vehicle
- Based on hardware with significant flight heritage on missions including NASA Pathfinder Technology Demonstrator and GeoStare SV2
- Unparalleled spacecraft agility
Baseline modules included
- Flight Computer
- 12V Battery Modules (2)
- 12V MPPT
- 12V Load Controller
- Coarse Sensors (2)
- Star Trackers (2)
- Magnetorquers (3)
- Reaction Wheels (3)
- LDRR Radio
- MDR Radio
|Native Orbits||400km - 1200km|
|Launch Mass (Wet)*||Up to 14kg|
|Available Payload Mass||5kg|
|Max Solar Array Power
3rd-party solar array included
|Power System||12V Unreg, 3.3V, 5V rails available|
|Communication Data Rate||
UHF: 9.6 Kbps (U/L & D/L)
S-band: 125 Kbps U/L, 2 Mbps D/L
X-band: 50 Mbps D/L
|Propulsion||None standard, options available|
|Pointing Accuracy||30 to 75 arcseconds
higher accuracy available
* maximum mass may not be supported on all launch vehicles or with all deployers.