Relatively Space’s Terran 1 rocket gets a launch order from TriSept

by | Dec 10, 2020 | commercial launch services, Launches

Relativity Space has signed a Launch Services Agreement (LSA) for a Dedicated Rideshare flight with Trisept Corp for a launch of the 3D printed Terran 1 rocket. The mission will carry a mix of large and small satellites for Trisept’s clients. The flight will take place in 2022 at the earliest and will take place from one of Relativity’s US launch sites – either Cape Canaveral or Vandenberg Air Force Base. TriSept has U.S. government and institutions as its primary customers including the Department of Defense (DoD), NASA, and the NRO.

Artist’s impression of Terran 1 launch. Courtesy: Relativity Space

 

 

 

 

 

 

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