Orbital Micro Systems, with GomSpace, AAC Clyde satellites booked — and novel use of Lockheed offset — plans Series A round
PARIS — Orbital Micro Systems’s planned constellation of cubesats carrying passive microwave radiometers for meteorological measurements took a big leap forward with the U.S. Air Force as inaugural customer, agreements with satellite builders GomSpace and AAC Clyde Space and a deepening relationship with the U.K. government.
The business model is to offer fill-in atmospheric coverage to U.S., European and other governments’ existing meteorological satellites.
OMS’s goal is to reduce the current 6-hour interval to well . . .
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