Wikipedia's CAPSTONE(spacecraft); Spacecraft says:
The orbiter is a 12-unit CubeSat
but looking at the images in the new NASA video NASA 2021: Let's Go to the Moon I see artwork that shows Capstone as a square-based prism with the long side about twice the length of the other two, which looks like it's going to have a payload volume much more consistent with 16U than 12U.
Are they still calling it 12U? Does Rocket Lab say anything about their payload volume to the Moon or how large CAPSTONE is?
- How many times will the Photon fire its Curie in order to "reach the right spot" to deploy CAPSTONE towards the Moon?
- How will NASA's software for autonomous navigation in cis-lunar space be tested; what information is processed, what outputs evaluated? (unanswered)
- What is the largest proper cubesat?
- Have there been any square 4U (2x2) cubesats?
Screenshots from the linked NASA video (click for full size)