The Prisma satellites have passed another major milestone on their way to space. The review board has today released its report concluding that the Flight Acceptance Review (FAR) has been passed.
An important ingredient in the FAR process has been the verification of flight operation procedures. For NanoSpace and our micropropulsion system, all commands and procedures to be used during flight have been tested and verified. This has been done using both the Prisma simulator and the real spacecraft. Together with previous "end-to-end" tests of the micropropulsion system onboard Mango (the main satellite), this tells us that we are in good shape and ready to fly.