Terran Orbital Unveils Next-Generation SmallSat GEO™

Terran Orbital is revolutionizing the satellite market with its SmallSat GEO™ solutions. Designed for the defense and communications industry, these satellites provide a small satellite option in geosynchronous orbit. The spacecraft is highly customizable, based on mission needs. It provides high performance and power in a compact design at a significantly lower cost, with a faster delivery timeline than traditional GEO.

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Elevate Your Mission Success with Terran Orbital's Innovative Spacecraft Platforms!

Terran Orbital proudly introduces our cutting-edge lineup of standard spacecraft platforms, setting a new standard in satellite technology and innovation. These platforms come with interchangeable components and modules, allowing you to customize and configure your satellite for various sizes and mission requirements. Whether you’re advancing scientific research, enhancing national defense, or revolutionizing commercial applications, Terran Orbital’s spacecraft platforms empower your mission to reach new heights.

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Terran Orbital joins TIME100 Most Influential Companies

Time magazine’s global, cross-sector list recognizes Terran Orbital among leading companies for “impact, innovation, ambition, and success”

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Terran Orbital to Present at Jefferies Annual Virtual Space Summit

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Terran Orbital to Present at Jefferies Annual Virtual Space Summit

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Two Terran Orbital Space Vehicles Added to $6B Multi-Participant Rapid IV IDIQ Contract Vehicle

Terran Orbital announced the expansion of its capabilities under NASA’s long-standing multi-participant Rapid Spacecraft Acquisition IV (Rapid IV) Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract. NASA has on-ramped two additional space vehicle platforms, which could position Terran Orbital as a premier partner for the space agency, offering a wider range of solutions for diverse missions. Terran Orbital has been an existing awardee under this contracting vehicle since 2020 through its Tyvak Nano-Satellite subsidiary, with two space vehicles already eligible for NASA task orders. The Rapid IV awards have a shared potential ceiling of $6 billon amongst all contractors selected.
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Two Terran Orbital Space Vehicles Added to $6B Multi-Participant Rapid IV IDIQ Contract Vehicle

Terran Orbital announced the expansion of its capabilities under NASA’s long-standing multi-participant Rapid Spacecraft Acquisition IV (Rapid IV) Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract. NASA has on-ramped two additional space vehicle platforms, which could position Terran Orbital as a premier partner for the space agency, offering a wider range of solutions for diverse missions. Terran Orbital has been an existing awardee under this contracting vehicle since 2020 through its Tyvak Nano-Satellite subsidiary, with two space vehicles already eligible for NASA task orders. The Rapid IV awards have a shared potential ceiling of $6 billon amongst all contractors selected.
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Terran Orbital Expands Leadership Team with Focus on Growth and Profitability

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Terran Orbital Expands Leadership Team with Focus on Growth and Profitability

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Terran Orbital Joins the Mobile Satellite Services Association (MSSA)

Terran Orbital announced its membership in the Mobile Satellite Services Association (MSSA). An industry effort to advance the development of direct-to-device (D2D) and IoT connectivity through an ecosystem of Non-Terrestrial Network (NTN) providers that are committed to seamlessly extending mobile coverage globally.
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Terran Orbital Joins the Mobile Satellite Services Association (MSSA)

Terran Orbital announced its membership in the Mobile Satellite Services Association (MSSA). An industry effort to advance the development of direct-to-device (D2D) and IoT connectivity through an ecosystem of Non-Terrestrial Network (NTN) providers that are committed to seamlessly extending mobile coverage globally.
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Terran Orbital’s GEOStare SV2 Captures 3 Years of Success in High-Resolution Imaging

Terran Orbital celebrates the 3rd anniversary of its successful GEOStare SV2 mission. Launched on May 15, 2021, from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, GEOStare SV2 has surpassed expectations, delivering exceptional results for commercial satellite imagery.
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Terran Orbital’s GEOStare SV2 Captures 3 Years of Success in High-Resolution Imaging

Terran Orbital celebrates the 3rd anniversary of its successful GEOStare SV2 mission. Launched on May 15, 2021, from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, GEOStare SV2 has surpassed expectations, delivering exceptional results for commercial satellite imagery.
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