Tag: Rocket Lab

  • Rocket Lab | Electron | Capella Acadia 3

    Rocket Lab | Electron | Capella Acadia 3

    Payload consists of a single SAR Earth-imaging Acadia satellite, a new generation satellite designed, manufactured, and operated by Capella Space.

  • Rocket Lab | Electron | Kinéis 1-5

    Rocket Lab | Electron | Kinéis 1-5

    First batch of five satellites for the French Kinéis IoT constellation designed to operate with 25 nanosatellites of 30 kg each.

  • Rocket Lab | Electron | 6x HawkEye 360

    Rocket Lab | Electron | 6x HawkEye 360

    HawkEye 360 is a a space-based civil global intelligence satellite network using radio frequency (RF) technology to help monitor transportation across air, land and sea and assist with emergencies, and to provide civil SIGINT (Signal Intelligence) mission. The constellation of small satellites (named Hawk ) will collect information on specific radio signals worldwide to…

  • Rocket Lab | Electron | StriX 6

    Rocket Lab | Electron | StriX 6

    Synthetic aperture radar satellites for Japanese Earth imaging company Synspective.

  • Rocket Lab | Electron | StriX 5

    Rocket Lab | Electron | StriX 5

    Synthetic aperture radar satellites for Japanese Earth imaging company Synspective.

  • Rocket Lab | Electron | PREFIRE 1

    Rocket Lab | Electron | PREFIRE 1

    First 6U Cubesat carrying a miniaturized IR spectrometer, covering 0- 45 μm at 0.84 μm spectral resolution, operating for one seasonal cycle for NASAs PREFIRE (Polar Radiant Energy in the Far-InfraRed Experiment) mission.

  • Rocket Lab | Electron | PREFIRE 2

    Rocket Lab | Electron | PREFIRE 2

    Second 6U Cubesat carrying a miniaturized IR spectrometer, covering 0- 45 μm at 0.84 μm spectral resolution, operating for one seasonal cycle for NASAs PREFIRE (Polar Radiant Energy in the Far-InfraRed Experiment) mission.

  • Rocket Lab | Electron | NZSA Venus Mission

    Rocket Lab | Electron | NZSA Venus Mission

    NZSA Venus Mission is a small direct Venus entry probe with a single 1 kg low-mass, low-cost autofluorescing nephelometer riding on a satellite bus based on the Photon Upper stage of the Electron rocket. The probe mission will spend approximately 5 minutes in the Venus cloud layers, 48-60 km above the surface, collecting in…