Gurwin were satellites built by the Technion Institute of Technology, Israel, and named for the philanthropist Joseph Gurwin (1920–2009). Onboard instruments include CCD (charge-coupled device) cameras, radiation detectors, ozone monitors, and amateur radio transmitters. Gurwin 1B replaced an earlier satellite that failed to reach orbit.
|spacecraft||launch date||launch vehicle||launch site||orbit||mass|
|Gurwin 1||Mar 28, 1995||Start||Plesetsk||failed; fell in Sea of Okhotsk||50 kg|
|Gurwin 1B||Jul 10, 1998||Zenit-2||Baikonur||817 km × 819 km × 98.8°||50 kg|