Vector Space Systems Wins 21-Launch Agreement from Iceye

By  | August 4, 2016 | EuropeLaunchRegionalSatellite News Feed, ST Briefs

Vector Space Systems prepping its suborbital rocket for launch. Photo: Vector Space Systems

[Via Satellite 08-04-2016] Micro-satellite launch company Vector Space Systems has finalized an agreement to conduct 21 launches for Finland-based Iceye‘s commercial Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite constellation. The payload flights — Vector’s first customer flights since starting operations in early 2016 — are to be conducted over a four-year span as part of a larger partnership with Iceye.

Launch missions for the customer are to start on the Vector Micro Satellite Launch Vehicle beginning in 2018.

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