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A Terran Orbital-built satellite was integrated aboard Rocket Lab’s Electron rocket in preparation for a planned launch on Monday, June 27, from a launch complex in New Zealand in support of NASA’s Artemis program. The Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment, also known as the CAPSTONE satellite, will lift off to test […] More
Terran Orbital’s Tyvak Nano Satellite Systems subsidiary will develop 42 satellites for the first tranche of the National Defense Space Architecture’s transport layer under a contract with Lockheed Martin. The Tranche 1 Transport Layer will deliver communications access and persistent regional encrypted connectivity and serve as the Joint All Domain Command and Control’s backbone to […] More
Lockheed Martin has awarded a contract to Terran Orbital for the delivery of three microsatellites, launch support and integration services to the defense company’s aeronautics business. Terran Orbital said Thursday it will build and support the specified satellite class as part of Lockheed’s product demonstration activities. “This contract award provides an exciting opportunity for the […] More
BigBear.ai and Terran Orbital have signed a landmark software agreement in an effort to enhance satellite imaging capabilities of U.S. government customers. As part of the commercial agreement, the companies will leverage data collected from Terran Orbital’s planned NextGen Earth Observation constellation in tandem with BigBear.ai’s data analytics platform to deliver enhanced multi-source Earth imaging […] More
Terran Orbital Corp. has raised $36 million in its Series B funding round, which will be used to hire new employees and procure additional manufacturing equipment for the company’s new nanosatellite production facility. The Irvine, Calif.-based firm said Monday it received the funds from investors such as Lockheed Martin, Beach Point Capital Management and Goldman […] More
Keoki Jackson, chief technology officer at Lockheed Martin, has said the company’s investment in nanosatellite maker Terran Orbital provides opportunities for strategic technology insertion, Space News reported Wednesday. Jackson told reporters that Lockheed needs agility and speed to adapt new technologies that can help maintain the relevance of the company’s existing platforms. Lockheed set aside […] More
Lockheed Martin‘s venture capital arm has made a strategic investment in Terran Orbital as both companies aim to advance development of nanosatellite technology. Lockheed said Thursday it will obtain an equity stake in Irvine, California-based Terran as part of the cash and in-kind investment deal. The two companies previously worked to support multiple Defense Department and NASA missions. […] More

Lockheed Martin has declared its Pony Express 2 technology demonstration mission ready for launch. Lockheed said Thursday that the mission involves the use of two 12U Renegade-class space vehicles provided by Terran Orbital to carry payloads that would showcase several capabilities.

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Robert Lightfoot, president of Lockheed Martin Space, said the company is looking to partner with more space businesses that are working on small satellites and intelligence, surveillance and communications payloads to meet the increasing demand within the government market for resilient space-based capabilities. “We’re looking for strategic partners," Lightfoot, a three-time Wash100 awardee, told the publication at a conference on Tuesday. "We're interested in talking with anyone who has an advantage in those areas from a space perspective."

Kelle Wendling, president of the space systems sector at L3Harris Technologies, said the Melbourne, Florida-based aerospace and defense contractor is in discussions with satellite bus suppliers that could serve as potential partners as it competes for new government contracts, SpaceNews reported Monday. “The conversations are about what can I get on orbit, not only from […] More
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