Interestingly, each 227Kg sat has autonomous collision avoidance tech (first time ever) that will adjust their course to avoid other objects and debris either detected locally or advised via the NASA's object monitoring service. They are made up of 95% demisable components, which means that at de-orbit after their lifecycle they will burn up to dust. This exceeds the minimum spec required, and they plan to get to a 100% demisable design in future iterations. Their design also allows for a de-orbit in a few months when active or 1-5 years if passive/failed state through natural orbit decay, this is instead of the normal industry standard 25 years passive orbit decay for low earth orbit in a failed state. Raising the bar!