DEEP SPACE EXPLORATION
Voyager is based on the previous Trestles platform and shares common hardware modules with the Triumph-class. It adds redundant components of major systems, allowing extended lifetime in harsh environments and a standard hydrazine propulsion system Terran Orbital’s entire line of satellite buses shares the same avionics and GNC algorithms.
Voyager’s radios are designed for compatibility with NASA’s Deep Space network. The platform also meets the requirements for ‘rail’ based dispensers, including those sold by Terran Orbital, and has a compact tri-fold solar array, providing more power to payload than what is normally available in this form factor.
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.
- Multiple redundant components allowing significant utility in harsh environments such as MEO, GEO, and Cislunar orbits.
- Radios designed for compatibility with NASA’s Deep Space Network
- Based on hardware with GEO and Cislunar flight heritage, including NASA’s CAPSTONE mission
Baseline Modules Included
- Flight Computers (2)
- 12V Battery Modules (3)
- 12V MPPT (2)
- 12V Load Controller (2)
- Coarse Sensors (2)
- Star Trackers (2)
- Magnetorquers (3-if needed)
- Reaction Wheels (4)
- IMU (2)
|Applications||GEO, MEO, CISLUNAR|
|Native Orbits||> 30,000km|
|Launch Mass (Wet)*||Up to 30kg|
|Available Payload Mass||8kg|
|Max Solar Array Power
3rd-party solar array included
|Power System||12V Unreg, 3.3V, 5V rails available|
|Communication Data Rate||Deep Space X-band U/L D/L|
|Propulsion||200s ISP standard|
|Pointing Accuracy||30 to 75 arcseconds
higher accuracy available
* maximum mass may not be supported on all launch vehicles or with all deployers.