|Units or mass||6U|
|Organisation||US Naval Research Laboratory|
|Entity||Government (Civil / Military)|
|Manufacturer||AIVT by Blue Canyon|
Measure the ionosphere and radiation environment space from multiple vantage points.
Measure the ionosphere and radiation environment space from multiple vantage points. The BCT-built CubeSats will also have a low-latency data link to enable operational responsiveness. NRL will provide two ultraviolet photometers per satellite to measure the naturally occurring airglow and determine ionospheric structure. The UK Defense Science and Technology Laboratory, or DSTL, will provide the remaining three payloads per satellite. DSTL’s payload system, known as IRIS, is a combination of three payloads that include a topside GPS receiver to measure electron densities and content, an ion and neutral mass spectrometer and a compact radiation sensor.
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|CIRCE A (Coordinated Ionospheric Reconstruction CubeSat Experiment, WISCER)||not launched||2023-01-09||not launched|
|CIRCE B (Coordinated Ionospheric Reconstruction CubeSat Experiment, WISCER)||not launched||2023-01-09||not launched|