SPUTNIX (Russian:ООО «СПУТНИКС» - ООО «Спутниковые инновационные космические системы») — Private Space Company. It is based in Skolkovo Innovation Center. SPUTNIX founded in 2011 from ScanEx company.
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Russia: Moscow, Skolkovo, 42
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|Vladislav Ivanenko (CEO)|
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Private Space Company SPUTNIX was established in 2011. A company formed from the ScanEx satellite technology department. This department has developed the orientation and stabilization system of microsatellite Chibis-M by order of Russian Space Research Institute.
Since 2012, the scope of SPUTNIX has been the development of promising technologies for creating satellite platforms and the production of service systems for microsatellites and nanosatellites.
In 2013, the company SPUTNIX received a license from the Federal Space Agency to carry out space activities and began to create a microsatellite-technology demonstrator TabletSat-Aurora. On June 19, 2014, the first Russian privately-owned microsatellite Tabletsat-Aurora was launched into a Low Earth orbit on a Russian launch vehicle Dnepr rocket according to the contract between SPUTNIX and ISC Kosmotras.
In 2017, SPUTNIX developed the Orbiсraft-Pro satellite platform based on the international CubeSat standard. The OrbiСraft-Pro platform is a kit-design that allows to assemble nanosatellites of various configurations with the installation of the different typed of payload. Created on the basis of the OrbiСraft-Pro platform, the scientific and educational devices SiriusSat-1 and SiriusSat-2 were launched from the International Space Station on August 15, 2018.
SPUTNIX develops tools for aerospace education. SPUTNIX together with the Moscow Polytechnic University launched the competence Space Systems Engineering. They launched at the WorldSkills professional skills championship in 2016.
SPUTNIX has been a resident of the Skolkovo Innovation Center since 2011.
The main activities of SPUTNIX:
- development of orientation and stabilization systems and other service systems for microsatellites and CubeSat satellites;
- development of microsatellite and CubeSat platforms, allowing to quickly create satellites for technological, scientific and educational experiments;
- development of equipment and software of ground communication stations;
- development of tests benches of elements and system of orientation and stabilization of satellites;
- development of equipment for aerospace education.
|Name||Weight, kg||Launch date||Launch vehicle||Purpose|
|Chibis-М||34,4||25.01.12||Progress M-13M||Scientific sat|
|Al-Farabi-1»||2 кг||15.02.17||PSLV-C37||Ed-Tech sat, RS|
|SiriusSat-1||1,45||15.08.2018||Progress MS-09||Ed-Scientific sat|
|SiriusSat-2||1,45||15.08.2018||Progress MS-09||Ed-Scientific sat|
- "License for space activities" (PDF).
- "Micro satellite "Chibis-M" went into orbit" (PDF).
- "Skolkovo goes into earth orbit".
- "SPUTNIX launched the first Russian private remote sensing satellite".
- "First Russian private satellite: a month after launch".
- ""TabletSat Aurora" in orbit".
- "The first Russian private satellite transmitted from orbit".
- "The first private Russian satellite transmitted the signal to Earth".
- "The certificate of residence in Skolkovo" (PDF).
- "India launched the Kazakhstan satellite Al-Farabi-1".
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