PARIS — Merchant small satellite manufacturer Terran Orbital is delaying the full deployment of its PredaSAR radar satellite constellation to prioritize on-time delivery of 10 satellites for the U.S. Space Development Agency (SDA).
Terran is under contract to Lockheed Martin, Terran’s biggest customer, to deliver 10 SDA Transport Layer Tranche 0 satellites this year. The Lockheed contract is valued at $187.5 million.
On the heels of this is 42 satellites that Lockheed is building for SDA under a . . .
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