LUXEMBOURG — By some counts there are nearly 100 small-satellite launch vehicles in development around the world, including a remarkable number that, to date, have received no government funding or the promise of it.
To say that only a few will survive is a truism, whatever your smallsat forecasts, and it’s impossible to predict who they’ll be. But some of them have rounded up sufficient funding, engineering talent and market advantages to make them favorites.
Among these is Tucson, Arizona-based Vector, whose Vector-R . . .
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