After some initial feedback, we're already working to expanding this article. We've also published articles on small satellite thrusters  and reaction wheels . We'll be publishing one on ground-station-as-a-service soon.
Would love your feedback/input on what you'd like to see next.
That's exactly the direction we're heading towards :)
We've already noticed that suppliers are starting to open up their product data because of the value we can bring to them through our website.
Our long-term plan is indeed to structure data sheets, so that you can actually start comparing products without having to spend hours wading through PDFs docs.
We've soft-launched our API , which we're using to build tools like our Data Explorer , to help engineers navigate design choices much more easily. Under the hood, we're working with suppliers to convert their data sheets to a standardized format.
We'll work on trying to extend this article specifically with your feedback.
While it's a little basic, it might be good to go over the different small sat form factors? You could talk about the different launch possibilities and general issues with each different size class.
I have to admit, I couldn't help but think of the comparable part in KSP.
This is really amusing to me:
> The Michigan Exploration Laboratory (MXL) suspects that the M-Cubed CubeSat, a joint project run by MXL and JPL, became magnetically conjoined to Explorer-1 Prime, a second CubeSat released at the same time, via strong onboard magnets used for passive attitude control, after deploying on October 28, 2011. This is the first non-destructive latching of two satellites.
Kelso is also the brains behind CelesTrak for debris tracking: https://www.celestrak.com
There are also a number of videos on YouTube of the collision profile, made using AGI's Systems Toolkit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oRC9dHKI9Y