Norway’s Andoya spaceport signs multi-year exclusive-access deal with German rocket startup Isar Aerospace

by Peter B. de Selding

UPDATE April 28: Andoya Space and Germany's Rocket Factory Augsburg (RFA) signed a contract giving RFA access to an Andoya launch pad for the RFA One vehicle, joining fellow German startup Isar Aerospace, which earlier in the month contracted for the exclusive use of an Andoya launch pad for 20 years.

Andoya Space said it will be building at least two launch pads at the new site, which has been approved by the Norwegian government to conduct 30 orbital launches per year.  The site is located 35 kilometers south of the . . .

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