The baseline LEO spacecraft version is called NanoEye, which has been designed to incorporate electro-optical and infrared sensors to provide day and night observation capabilities. As a function of customer interest, the design can be modified to accommodate multi- or hyperspectral imagers or a synthetic aperture radar that expand sensing capabilities to all weather. A LEO variant is called MicroEye that can support debris monitoring and space surveillance class missions. There is another CubeSat Deployer variant that can be used to deploy up to 12 3U CubeSats to a range of altitudes and inclinations as a function of the launch vehicle being used and the launch site. It is also possible to incorporate a communications payload into the spacecraft.