The 16 chosen projects are:
- Star-Planet Activity Research CubeSat (SPARCS) of Arizona State University.
- BeaverCube of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
- SigNal's Opportunity P-band Investigation (SNoOPI) from Purdue.
- SigNal's Opportunity P-band Investigation (SNoOPI) from Purdue University.
- Daily Atmospheric Ionospheric Limb Imager Mission (DAILI) from The Aerospace Corporation. This is a study of propagating and transporting processes in the lower thermosphere.
- CatSat from the University of Arizona. [1
- Compact Total Irradiance Monitor Flight Demonstration (CTIM FD) from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
- CubeSat Inner Radiation Belt Experiment (CIRBE) from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Drag De-Orbit Device CubeSat (D3) from the University of Florida, Gainesville.
- Hyperspectral Thermal Imager (HyTI) from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
- Polar Radiant Energy in the Far Infrared Experiment (PREFIRE) from University of Wisconsin-Madison. This article is from the French language:
- CapSat-1 from White School, Florida. ]
- Bouchet Low-Earth Alpha / Beta Space Telescope (BLAST) from Yale University. 
- Advanced Composite Solar Sail System (ACS3) from NASA's Ames Research Center. It wants to demonstrate deployable composite boom and solar sail technologies for future deep-space missions.
- BurstCube from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
- Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit Satellite to Study Radiation Belt Dynamics (GTOSat) from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.
- Plasma Enhancement in The Ionosphere Thermosphere Satellite (petitSat) from NASA's Ames Research Center. These projects intend to fly off-board, just as mission-led by NASA, but so aboard launches led by other government agencies and even commercial organizations.