Momentus orders Terran 1 spacelaunch for its Vigoride Extended GEO spacecraft delivery tug

by | Sep 12, 2019 | commercial launch services, Launches, Satellites, Seradata News

Artists impression of Terran 1 launch. Courtesy: Relativity Space

Momentus, the start-up planning to offer delivery services to other satellites from a low Earth orbit launch to GEO has now ordered a launch for its Vigoride Extended delivery tug.   The spacecraft which uses water plasma thruster propulsion will be carried into orbit by a Terran 1 launch vehicle operated by Relativity Space Inc. The launch order includes an option for five more flights.

 

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