Millennium Space Systems enters U.S. Space Development Agency orbit with 8-satellite, $413 million contract

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Boeing-owned small satellite builder Millennium Space Systems, up to now a notable absence in the list of contractors to the U.S. Space Development Agency (SDA), has won an $413 million, eight-satellite to add a layer of missile tracking to the SDA’s growing fleet.

The firm, fixed-price contract calls for the satellites to be ready to launch, aboard a single rocket, between October and December 2026.

The Fire-control On Orbit-support-to-the-war fighter (FOO Fighter . . .

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