Aspiring launch provider Relativity Space awarded contract to launch military STP payload

by | Mar 16, 2021 | commercial launch services, Military space, Seradata News, Technology

Relativity Space, an American company developing “3-D printed” rockets, has been given a contract by the US military to launch an STP (Space Test Program) payload in 2023. Its upcoming rocket, named Terran-1, is expected to conduct its maiden flight later this year.

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