The ReOrbit Gluon Endure is a microsatellite platform optimized for high autonomy, fault tolerance and in-orbit networking. It is designed for LEO, MEO, GEO orbits and deep space missions, particularly for Earth Observation (EO) and orbital transfer vehicles (OTVs) applications.

The design follows a payload-agnostic approach, maximizing service availability and cost effectiveness.

Key features

  • Software-defined architecture & modular avionics
  • Reconfigurable in-orbit
  • Precision ADCS - Optical Communications Capable
  • X-Band electronically steerable phased array
  • Rideshare-ready
  • Autonomous Orbit Keeping and FDIR (Failure Detection and Recovery)
  • Minimal NRE (Non-Recurring Engineering)


The Gluon family is scalable from 150 kg to 500 kg platforms. See also:

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Last updated: 2022-03-15

Gluon Endure - Satellite Bus



wet mass
< 500 kg
pointing accuracy
±0.002° (1-sigma), 3 axes, 2 Star Trackers
delta v
600 m/s
payload volume
55 dm^3
payload mass
< 150 kg
max payload power
60 W or 300 W
8 years in LEO
4 years in MEO
10 years in GEO


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