LA PLATA, Maryland — When satellite industry officials speak of a likely — or at least, hoped-for — constellation among fleet operators, the transfer of satellites from one Norwegian state-owned company to another is not top of mind.
But Telenor’s agreement to sell its Telenor Satellite subsidiary to Space Norway is a consolidation nonetheless.
Pending approval of the Norwegian parliament, Space Norway is buying Telenor Satellite, with three fully owned, and one partly owned, satellites in orbit, for 2.36 billion Norwegian kroner ($217 million) with a promise from Telenor that it will continue . . .
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