mu-Space to fly satellite on Terran-1

by | Apr 26, 2019 | commercial launch services, Satellites, Seradata News

The Thailand-based satellite operator mu-Space has signed a launch contract with the launch provider Relativity Space Inc for a launch of its Terran-1 small launch vehicle.  The identity of the satellite remains undisclosed. The launch will take place in 2022.  Earlier in April, in an unrelated deal, Relativity signed a multi-launch contract with Telesat for an unspecified number of launches.

Artists impression of Terran 1 launch. Courtesy: Relativity Space

 

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