PARIS — Satellite signals intelligence operator Kleos Space booked what it called its “first major revenue event” following the entry into commercial service of a four-satellite cluster launched in June 2021 but still confronts daunting liquidity issues and satellite-reliability concerns.
The cluster, which Kleos calls its Vigilance Mission, was not fully commissioned in orbit until February. Kleos has made a priority of reducing the time between launch and commercial service and said four-satellite clusters launched in April 2022 and January of this year will be commissioned in Q2 and . . .
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