Hisdesat demanding refund as it dumps Dnepr for Falcon 9

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WASHINGTON — Spanish satellite operator Hisdesat is trying to retrieve money it paid Kosmotras for a long-overdue Dnepr launch of a radar satellite that Hisdesat has rebooked on a SpaceX Falcon 9 for a flight late this year.

Hisdesat announced last week that it has an agreement with SpaceX to launch PAZ, a 1,400-kilogram synthetic aperture radar satellite from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, during the fourth quarter.

Source: http://spacenews.com/hisdesat-demanding-refund-as-it-dumps-dnepr-for-falcon-9/

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