“Most of our customers aren’t space people. That’s not their focus. They’re focused on other existing legacy businesses … [and] they’re looking for some asymmetrical advantage over a competitor,” Previte told Via Satellite. Under its Tyvak brand, the company has coordinated a range of missions as varied as high-speed radios to high-resolution Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) payloads.

Terran Orbital engineer constructs a satellite platform. Photo: Tyvak.


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