GHGSat contracts with SpaceX to launch its next three sats on rideshare mission

by | Dec 9, 2021 | commercial launch services, Seradata News

Canadian company GHGSat, a newspace company pioneering satellite-based greenhouse gas emission monitoring, has contracted with SpaceX for the launch of its next three satellites. The satellites are being built by the University of Toronto’s Space Flight Laboratory and are expected to be manifested on the upcoming Transporter-5 rideshare mission planned for “mid-2022”. The contract was announced on 8 December.

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