Launch arranger TriSept orders/books Orbex Prime rocket for its client satellites

by | Jan 16, 2020 | Seradata News

 

While its launch site has yet to be even started yet, and while its rocket is still in prototype form, there was good news for nascent UK launch provider Orbex. The US-based launch arranger/integrator TriSept Corp. has ordered/booked a Orbex Prime launch in order to place its client satellites on the flight. from Scotland’s Sutherland Spaceport in 2022.  The satellites to be carried are yet to be announced.

Artwork showing Orbex Prime launcher lifting off from Sutherland Spaceport. Courtesy: Orbex

 

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