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A United Launch Alliance animation showing two cubesats deploying from the 24-cubesat dispenser the Denver company says its making standard on all Atlas 5 rockets beginning in 2017. Credit: ULA
Hera Systems satellite
The Super Strypi launch vehicle at the Pacific Missile Range Facility in Hawaii. Credit: U.S. Air Force
Within NASA, the Heliophysics department has gotten a head start using cubesats for science. One researcher used data from the NSF-funded Colorado Student Space Weather Experiment (above) to double check data from a NASA balloon mission. Credit: Credit: Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, University of Colorado, Boulder
Firefly's Alpha rocket
Spire's San Francisco team. Credit: Spire
Cislunar Explorer, a 3U cubesat a team at Cornell University is developing for a NASA-funded Lunar Derby. Credit Cislunar Explorer's artist concept.
NASA CubeSats Heading into Orbit (Artist's Concept) Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
The full-scale mock-up of NASA's MarCO CubeSat held by Farah Alibay, a systems engineer at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, is dwarfed by the one-half-scale model of NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter behind her. Credit: NASA/JPL
Systems engineer Farah Alibay proudly displays an early 3D-printed model of a  CubeSat radio, developed at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, capable of transponding with NASA's Deep Space Network. Credit: JPL
NASA Sporesat
NASA Sporesat
Clay  Mowry speaking at a space industry event in 2015. Credit: Tom Kimmell
Sir Martin Sweeting, shown speaking at the 31st Space Symposium in April, suggested May 26 that market enthusiasm for small satellites may have gone too far. Credit: Tom Kimmell

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