|Operator||Swedish National Space Board, DLR, CNES|
|Major contractors||Swedish Space Corporation|
|Launch date||15 June 2010
|Launch vehicle||Dnepr rocket|
|Mass||>200 kg (total mass)|
It was launched, along with the PICARD spacecraft, on 15 June 2010 on a Dnepr-1 launcher from Dombarovskiy Cosmodrome, near Yasny, Russia. Its primary objective is to test autonomous formation flying. A secondary objective was to flight test a new monopropellant thruster using Ammonium DiNitramide (ADN) propellant.
On 12 August 2010, SSC reported that the two satellites, called Mango and Tango, had separated from each other for the first time.
- "Successful launch of the Swedish Prisma satellites". Swedish Space Corporation. 15 June 2010. Retrieved 16 June 2010.
- Clark, Stephen (15 June 2010). "French Sun Satellite and Swedish Experiment Blast Off on Russian Rocket". Space.com. Retrieved 16 June 2010.
- K. Anflo, et al., SSC09-II-4, EXPANDING THE ADN-BASED MONO PROPELLANT THRUSTER FAMILY (accessed 22 July 2014); K. Anflo, et al., SSC07-X-2, FLIGHT DEMONSTRATION OF NEW THRUSTER AND GREEN PROPELLANT TECHNOLOGY ON THE PRISMA SATELLITE (accessed 22 July 2014)
- "The Swedish Prisma satellites have separated". Swedish Space Corporation. 12 August 2010. Retrieved 12 August 2010.
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