Synspective of Japan anticipates launch of its third SAR satellite by Rocket Lab in September

by | Aug 16, 2022 | commercial launch services, Satellites, Seradata News

Synspective Inc., Japan, has announced that its first commercial unit, known as StriX-1, is expected to be launched in September. The SAR satellite will be the third such for the company, which refers to the two preceding units – StriX-ALPHA and -BETA – as “demonstration satellites”. The satellite is due to be launched from New Zealand by Rocket Lab fulfilling the second of three launches booked by Synspective in December 2021.

 

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