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CarboNIX

Microsatellite Separation System

CarboNIX is a separation system for small satellites weighing up to 200 kg. CarboNIX uses shock-free technology to reduce the risk of damaging sensitive satellites optical payloads and electronic components. In addition, CarboNIX uses a unique synchronous spring pusher system which separates satellites smoothly and evenly, without unwanted shocks or tumbling, making it the lowest-shock and lowest-tumbling separation system ever used in space.

CarboNIX

CarboNIX is a separation system for small satellites weighing up to 200 kg. CarboNIX uses shock-free technology to reduce the risk of damaging sensitive satellites optical payloads and electronic components. In addition, CarboNIX uses a unique synchronous spring pusher system which separates satellites smoothly and evenly, without unwanted shocks or tumbling, making it the lowest-shock and lowest-tumbling separation system ever used in space.

CarboNIX has some other unique advantages:

Shock-free deployment

Completely shock-free linear deployment with an average tumbling rate of less than 1°/s after release.

Fast Reset Time

The whole system can be triggered and reset in minutes.

Flexible

CarboNIX can be adapted to any launch vehicle.

Cluster Compatible

CarboNIX can be easily added to a large cluster launch.

Lightweight

CarboNIX weighs 3.07 kg. in total and a flyaway mass of only 330g.

Itar-Free

The system is not subject to export restrictions of any kind.

Flight Heritage

CarboNIX has successful flight heritage on Falcon 9 and Soyuz-2.

Made in Germany

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News

Exolaunch to Deliver the NetSat constellation into Orbit for Würzburg Center for Telematics

Exolaunch
September, 2020

The Würzburg Center for Telematics announces a launch agreement with Exolaunch to deliver the NetSat satellite formation into orbit on Soyuz-2 scheduled for September 28th, 2020.

Exolaunch to Deliver SALSAT into Orbit for the Technische Universität Berlin

Exolaunch
September, 2020

The Technische Universität Berlin announces a launch agreement with Exolaunch to deliver the SALSAT nanosatellite into orbit on a Soyuz-2 in late September 2020.

Exolaunch to Deliver Kepler’s Next-Generation Satellites into Orbit

RFA
August, 2020

Kepler signs a launch agreement with Exolaunch to deliver the first two of its next-generation satellites into orbit on Soyuz in September 2020.

Exolaunch and Glavkosmos announce Soyuz launch campaign for 15 small satellites

RFA
August, 2020

Exolaunch’s small satellite cluster of 15 microsatellites and cubesats “Wanderlust, Desire To Travel”, will launch on Soyuz as soon as September 2020.