LOGAN, Utah — ExoLaunch of Germany was responsible for integrating and preparing the launch of a large cluster of small satellites during the July 5 Soyuz mission from the new Vostochy Cosmodrome.
The Berlin-based company is now looking at an increased launch cadence working with several rockets at a time when the small-launcher business is trying to catch up with the smallsat/cubesat market.
Launch integrators such as ExoLaunch will be important go-betweens for customers that are unable to determine what lies beyond the . . .
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