Luxembourg asks ITU to extend deadline for Cleosat constellation, saying assigned operator has disappeared

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — The Luxembourg government is asking international regulators to extend the deadline for bringing into use a LEO satellite constellation that Luxembourg registered in 2015 on behalf of a satellite operator and which then sat, unused, for six years.

Luxembourg said that when it started asking  -- in 2021 -- for updates from the ostensible Cleosat operator, Luxembourg Space Telecommunications S.A. (LST), it received no response.

“After several attempts to contact LST management, the Luxembourg administration noticed that LST is no longer operational in . . .

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