64 grams What is possibly the lightest satellite ever made, weighing only 64 grams, will fly into space in a NASA mission in June. Published May 19, 2017 Check out more stories below—and please take a quick three-minute survey to help us improve. Share this story 64 grams It was created by 18-year-old Indian student Rifath Sharook. Space Kidz India 64 grams Increasingly popular, small satellites are cheaper and faster to make than traditional ones. Space Kidz India 64 grams Weighing a max of 100 kg, some are sold online as kits, and allow companies, researchers, and hobbyists to create their own satellites. 64 grams In recent years, microsatellites made it possible for countries like Estonia, Iraq, Lithuania, and Uruguay to launch their first satellites.