NSLComm orders second CubeSat from AAC Clyde Space

by | Jan 30, 2020 | Satellites, Seradata News, Technology

An Isreali newspace company, NSLComm, has ordered its second satellite from CubeSat manufacturer AAC Clyde Space. The satellite, NSLSat-2, is the second 6U CubeSat the company has ordered from AAC Clyde. It is expected to launch in Q3 2021. The deal is valued at GBP£1.2 million (US$1.56 million).

NSLComm has been developing flexible reflector technology to enable HTS communication from nanosatellites.

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