NanoRacks announced successful deployment of the first two cubesats from the
Demand for cubesats has intensified as customers look to develop space programs using small satellites about the size of a loaf of bread. NanoRacks is responding to demand from government, military, and commercial clients for routine access to space from small satellites. The NanoRacks Cubesat Deployment System appeals to the needs of their clients by providing regularly scheduled launches into space and the ability to deploy a constellation of small satellites that can cover the earth. This new system allows deployment of up to 96 satellites at a time.
“This is the beginning of a new era in space commerce,” said NanoRacks CEO
NanoRacks has planned 2-3 additional deployments this year to address a robust pipeline of customers. Working with
The once limited and costly method of launching satellites into space is addressed by NanoRacks’ low cost way of doing business. Commercial clients are realizing the viability of space operations not easily available to them in the past is now feasible. NanoRacks has taken a leadership position in illustrating an acute understanding of the unique needs of its clients, and expects interest to increase.
For additional information about NanoRacks, visit their website at http://www.nanoracks.com.
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