Technology for Autonomous Operational Survivability
|Names||Space Test Experiment Platform 0 (STEP-0)
|Mission type||Technology demonstrator|
|Launch mass||502 kg (1,107 lb)|
|Start of mission|
|Launch date||22:32:00, March 13, 1994|
|Launch site||Vandenberg AFB|
Technology for Autonomous Operational Survivability (also known as TAOS and STEP 0) was a satellite developed by the US Air Force's Phillips Laboratory (now part of the Air Force Research Laboratory Space Vehicles Directorate) to test technology for autonomous operation of spacecraft.
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