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Arianespace to launch 'SAR' satellite StriX-α aboard Vega for Japan's Synspective

Thursday 18 April 2019 | 20:39 CET | News
Synspective and Arianespace entered a contract to launch the satellite StriX-α, Synspective's first synthetic aperture radar (SAR) demonstrator satellite, into a Sun-synchronous orbit (SSO) in 2020. This will be the inaugural mission for a Synspective customer spacecraft on an Arianespace vehicle. The launch will take place from the Guiana Space Center in French Guiana using a Vega launcher.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Arianespace / Vega
Countries: French Guiana / Japan
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