Commercial satellite relay startup Audacy charts the way forward after likely loss of inaugural prototype

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Start-up Ka-band intersatellite-relay service provider Audacy’s first satellite, Audacy Zero, was one of the 60-plus customers aboard the Spaceflight-managed SSO-A launch in December aboard a dedicated SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.

There has been no communications from the satellite since then, and while Audacy still hopes to be able to identify its satellite in orbit, four months after launch it looks like the satellite will be lost.

Audacy Zero, the first Ka-band cubesat to launch . . .

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