Australia’s EOS wants customer guarantee before building data-relay satellite system; customer says, first build it

by Peter B. de Selding

UPDATE Aug. 12-13: This story has been updated to add information on  SpaceLink Corp.'s new ITU filing, dated June 16, and SpaceLink's statement in response to questions about regulatory priority.

CUNCY-LES-VARZY, France — Startup data-relay constellation operator SpaceLink Corp. likely will miss its International Telecommunication Union (ITU) deadline to place a first satellite in orbit but still expects to make its U.S. regulatory milestone of having two satellites in orbit by mid-2024.

U.S.-based SpaceLink . . .

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