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The U.S. Army SMDC’s 3U Gunsmoke-J cubesat technology initiative aims to support development of new capabilities for the Army’s tactical ground forces. TriSept will integrate Gunsmoke-J with the U.S. Army’s payload dispenser at Rocket Lab’s Long Beach, California facility about 30 days before the scheduled launch date.What is the US Army’s Gunsmoke-J technology initiative?
U.S. Army’s Gunsmoke-J tech demo cubesat. As part of the demonstration mission, the U.S. Army’s Space and Missile Defense Command will test a proven smallsat bus as host of its new 3U Gunsmoke-J technology initiative aimed at fostering the development of new, game-changing capabilities for the U.S. Army’s tactical ground forces.When will tritrisept integrate Gunsmoke-J with Rocket Lab's payload dispenser?
TriSept will integrate Gunsmoke-J with the U.S. Army’s payload dispenser at Rocket Lab’s Long Beach, California facility about 30 days before the scheduled launch date.How does Gunsmoke-J work?
Power and communications are handled via the Prometheus bus. Gunsmoke-J uses emerging advanced electronics to allow the use of dedicated intelligence assets to provide tactically actionable targeting data to warfighters on a responsive and persistent timeline. Three flight units have been built.