PARIS— Geospatial satellite imagery and analytics provider Maxar Technologies is spreading its six Legion 30-cm-resolution satellites over three SpaceX Falcon 9 launches instead of two, with the first to occur in June or July and the other two to follow in three-month intervals, Maxar Chief Executive Daniel L. Jablonsky said.
Jablonsky said the decision will mitigate launch-related risk and accelerate the ramp to full expected Legion revenue. Four of the six Legions are being placed in polar sun-synchronous orbit, with the other two to . . .
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