In-Space Missions’ first satellite is scheduled to launch in early July 2020.

The satellite will host seven payloads from several different organisations

Faraday-1, the first in a series of satellites from In-Space Missions, is now in New Zealand, where its undergoing final preparations for launch at the start of next month. It will be launched on Rocket Lab’s Electron Rocket, with payloads from Airbus Defence and Space, Kleos Space, Lacuna Space, the Space Environment Research Centre in Canberra, Canadensys Aerospace, Aeternum, and a major industry player.

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By Doug Liddle
June 15 2020