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Relativity to launch LEO satellite for mu Space


Relativity to launch LEO satellite for mu Space Relativity announced April 23 it has secured a contract to launch a low Earth orbit satellite for Thai startup mu Space. In a statement, Relativity said it will launch the unnamed satellite as a “primary, dedicated payload” to LEO on its Terran 1 rocket in 2022. The companies did not disclose the terms of the deal. “We’re excited to partner with mu Space, a disruptive innovator in the Asia-Pacific region, to launch their satellite and space technologies with our 3D printed Terran 1 rocket,” Tim Ellis, chief executive of Relativity, said in a statement announcing the deal.   More



(Source: SpaceNews - Apr 24)

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