|Units or mass||1U|
|Mass in kg||1.45 kg|
|Organisation||Sirius Educational Centre|
|Entity||Academic / Education|
|Manufacturer||AIVT by Sputnix|
|Partners||SPUTNIX, Moscow State University|
Assembled by schoolchildren for educational training plus particle detector payload.
The scientific and educational satellites were assembled by schoolchildren in cooperation with SPUTNIX specialists on the basis of the nanosatellite platform OrbiCaft-Pro developed by the company. The payload of the satellite is a space particle detector for studying "space weather". The sensor was developed by the Research Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Moscow State University and was assembled with the participation of a group of schoolchildren from the Sirius Educational Center.
|SiriusSat 1 (SiriusSat-1)||Reentry 2020-12-09. Was operational (Last official news on social media on 2020-12-12)||2018-07-09||400 km, 51.6 deg, ISS|
|SiriusSat 2 (SiriusSat-2)||Reentry 2020-12-09. Was operational (Last official news on social media on 2020-12-12)||2018-07-09||400 km, 51.6 deg, ISS|
|SiriusSat 3 (SiriusSat-3)||cancelled||x_cancelled||400 km, 51.6 deg, ISS|