PARIS — Satellite ground station operator Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSat) has booked two contracts valued at about $86 million in recent weeks from well-heeled customers at a time when KSat is looking to attract the lower-profitability NewSpace market for constellations of small satellites.
The new contracts are with NASA and Space Norway. The NASA contract is valued at $4.7 million over four years and likely a total of $14.9 million over 10 years to provide data reception services for NASA’s NiSAR and Pace . . .
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