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Privateer Space announces members of its Board of Advisors

Data and intelligence platform Privateer, announced the members of its Board of Advisors to be appointed effective immediately, supporting the growth and knowledge of Privateer and its offerings, the company said. Privateer’s Advisory Board members have expertise in strategy, technology, operations, public policy, and astroscience.

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SES orders software-defined satellite from Thales Alenia

Luxembourg-based satellite operator SES, ordered a software-defined geostationary satellite from Thales Alenia Space to extend its connectivity services across Europe, Asia and Africa, SES said. SES-26 is the third and final satellite the company has ordered from Thales Alenia based on their three-satellite contract.

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Terran Orbital begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange

Small satellite manufacturer company Terran Orbital, primarily serving the United States aerospace and defense industry, announced it will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange under ticker symbols “LLAP” and “LLAP WS”. The firm has made significant progress recently including an employee growth of 300% and a facility expansion from 5600 sqm to over 23,000 sqm.

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Space Cafe Radio – on tour – with Equatorial Space Systems

In this Space Café Radio, SpaceWatch.Global 's Chiara Moenter hosts an exciting conversation in a car. Markus Mooslechner, the host of the Space Cafe Podcast got the chance to talk with Simon Gwozdz, Founder and CEO of Equatorial Space Systems, Eric Wong, and Yap Seng Ang, about the company's move to Los Angeles and their current developments.

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PSN Group to build Nusantara Lima Satellite

PSN Group (Pasifik Satelit Nusantara) has entered into contracts to build the Nusantara Lima Satellite with a planned launch in 2023 to augment the capacity of SATRIA-1, the company said. These two very high throughput satellites will make PSN one of the biggest satellite capacity providers in Asia, according to the firm. Its 330 Gbps service will cover Indonesia and its surrounding areas.

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