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Tyvak International Vice President of Programs Margherita Cardi to Present at University of Padova 800th Anniversary Celebration

Tyvak International SRL will participate in the University of Padova’s 800th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, October 1 at 5:00 p.m. CEST. Tyvak International’s Vice President of Programs and Program Manager for the Hera Milani satellite, Margherita Cardi, will present on the NASA and ESA Join Forces to Defend Earth from Asteroids: The DART and Hera Missions panel.

Tyvak International SRL to Participate in NASA DART Impact Event

Tyvak International SRL will participate in the NASA DART Impact Event on September 26 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. ET, located on campus at Johns Hopkins University. Tyvak International’s Vice President of Programs and Program Manager for the Hera satellite, Margherita Cardi, will help operate ESA’s Hera display at the event and will be available for media questions.

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Terran Orbital Co-Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer Marc Bell will present at the 2022 Air, Space & Cyber Conference on September 21 at 1:50 p.m. ET. The conference will take place at the Gaylord National Convention Center in National Harbor, MD. Bell will present on the Space Innovation to the Tactical Edge panel.
Terran Orbital has concluded final launch preparations for LunIR. The groundbreaking lunar satellite will launch aboard NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) as part of the Artemis I mission. The rocket is set to launch from Kennedy Space Center on August 29 at 8:33 a.m. E.T. LunIR will take images of the lunar surface with a new infrared imager that could be useful in supporting future NASA planetary and lunar exploration efforts.
Terran Orbital integrated the Lunar Infrared imaging spacecraft, also known as LunIR into NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS). With its unprecedented power and capabilities, SLS is the only rocket that will be able to send the Orion capsule, astronauts, and cargo directly to the Moon on a single mission. LunIR will fly by the Moon and collect surface thermography as a secondary payload on Artemis 1 – a test mission for SLS. After the flyby, the 6U satellite will conduct technology demonstrations related to deep-space operations for future Mars missions.