|Mission type||Education and Technology Demonstration|
|Operator||Delft University of Technology|
|Spacecraft type||3U CubeSat|
|Launch mass||3.5 kilograms (7.7 lb)|
|Dimensions||10 x 10 x 34 cm|
|Start of mission|
|Launch date||21 November 2013, 07:10:16UTC|
|Launch site||Dombarovsky 370/13|
|Perigee altitude||599 kilometres (372 mi)|
|Apogee altitude||780 kilometres (480 mi)|
|Epoch||24 May 2014, 14:04:39 UTC|
Delfi-n3Xt is a Dutch nanosatellite which is operated by Delft University of Technology. It was launched on 21 November 2013. It is a three-unit CubeSat which will be used to demonstrate propulsion and communications systems for future missions.
Delfi-n3Xt was launched successfully by a Dnepr carrier rocket flying from Site 370/13 at the Dombarovsky launch site. Delfi was a secondary payload aboard the rocket, whose primary mission was to deploy DubaiSat 2 and STSAT-3. Delfi was one of 25 secondary payloads aboard the rocket, for a total of 32 satellites; the most deployed by a single rocket
The Delfi team made contact with the satellite during its first pass.
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- Delfi Space
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