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Satellites created by schoolchildren from the Sirius Centre transmitted first scientific data

Scientists have received the first research data from the scientific and educational satellites 'SiriusSat-1' and 'SiriusSat-2'. The satellites were created by the students of the Sirius Centre with the help of the specialists from 'Sputnix' (a resident company of the Skolkovo Foundation), the press service of the Skolkovo Foundation informed.
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«The detectors of charged particles and gamma-radiation installed on the satellites 'SiriusSat-1' and 'SiriusSat-2' make it possible to research rapid variations of electron fluxes at the inner boundary of the outer radiation belt and at the boundary of the South Atlantic Anomaly. The data which will be transmitted to the Earth will include both monitoring data, i.e. particle counting rates of one time per second, and detailed data on all interactions in the detector, which will allow study of temporal and spectral characteristics of micro precipitation of electrons from Earth radiation belts», Vitaly Bogomolov, a senior research fellow at the Research Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP — Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics) of Moscow State University is quoted in the message as saying.

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