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Researchers in Poland are using off-the-shelf technology to create a mini-satellite they plan to offer to scientists, companies and even individuals, for gathering useful data from space. The spacecraft, named after the ancient Slavic god of war, fertility and abundance, is meant to make space exploration available to ordinary people.

Weighing two kilograms, it was built by SatRevolution and is named afer the Slavic god Swiatowid. It will measure cosmic radiation and electromagnetic interference and is expected to pave the way for further commercial satelites, with various tasks, in Earth's orbit.



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