Spaceflight, a leading satellite driver and mission provider, reports that it will launch 12 satellite aircraft from the Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) in November. Corporations on board include Fleet Space Technologies Centauri I, HSAT company Harris Corporation, Spire's LEMUR satellites and BlackSki Global-1 microsatellite.
"In addition to providing capacity on the launch vehicle, Spaceflight has carried out the integration of most of its cargo in its Seattle Integration facility. Cargo is currently on its way to the PSLV launch facility at the Indian-owned Koshish Center Satish Dhavan for launch at the end of November.
"This is the seventh Spaceflight launcher with PSLV and after this mission, we will send 66 space orbit launch vehicles to PSLV missiles," said Curt Blake, President of Spaceflight. "We appreciate our partnership with such a reliable launcher of the launch vehicles. The routine launch of PSLV enables us to provide satellite programs with access to the space and meet the growing demand of the small-scale industry."
Fleet Space Technologies is also one of the most useful facilities in the mission. The Internet of Things (IoT) Nano-satellite will set up a global network that will connect world-class sensors and devices connected to IoT.
Over the coming years, the Australian business will create a constellation of nanotubes to create a scalable global network that will allow the connection of the many 75 billion sensors expected in the world over the coming decade. Nanotechnologies will bring massive efficiency to industries such as agriculture, mining and logistics, enabling businesses to gather complex data and discover data to improve business.
"The launch of our satellite is a huge milestone and we are looking forward to working with some of the world's leading innovators in space," said Flavia Tata Nardini, co-founder and executive director of Fleet Space Technologies.
"Spaceflight and launch vehicles such as the PSLV, are helping to deliver a more frequent and reliable approach to the universe, which will be critical as we continue to build our constellation."
In addition to the PSLV, Spaceflight works with almost every global mobile car, including Falcon 9, Antares, Dnepr, Electron, Vega, Soiuz and LauncherOne, providing users with the most options for traveling to space.
Working with a range of vehicle providers, Spaceflight increases flexibility and provides a wide range of launchers to developed satellites. In addition, the small car service model helps organizations reach the desired orbit at a much lower price than buying their own launched vehicle.
Spaceflight has been negotiating the launch of more than 150 satellites on behalf of its customers and has contracts to deploy nearly 100 more by the end of 2018. The company plans to coordinate and deploy its largest launch until 2018 with the first dedicated mission on SpaceKs Falcon 9.
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NASA's first picture of Mars from the cube
Pasadena CA (JPL) October 23, 2018
NASA's Marco mission is designed to find out if a space ship with a size of short paper called CubeSats will survive a journey to a deep space. Now, MarCO – marking Mars Cube One – has Mars in sight.
One of the twins MarCO CubeSats recorded this image of Mars on October 3 – the first image of the Red Planet that has ever produced this class of small and low-cost space ships. Two CubeSats are officially called MarCO-A and MarCO-B, but their engineering team called "EVE" and "Vall-E".
There was a wide angle … read more