Audacy, a Silicon Valley startup, plans to begin serving customers through its ground stations as it establishes a global constellation of data relay satellites in medium Earth orbit. Credit: Audacy
Iceye hired Leola Moss as its new vice president for product delivery and operations, and Steve Young as its new vice president for business development and sales. Credit: Iceye
This is an artist's rendering of a cluster of cubesats and small satellites sent in orbit on a Russian Soyuz rocket by Exolaunch, the German launch services provider formerly known as ECM-Space. Credit: Exolaunch
ICEYE's future Synthetic-Aperture Radar constellation, shown in this illustration, will be designed to gather imagery of any point on Earth with an average revisit time of three hours. Credit: ICEYE
This is an artist's rendering of ICEYE-X2, a satellite ICEYE plans to launch on Space Exploration Technology's rideshare mission to Sun Synchronous Orbit. ICEYE's X2 antenna is twice the size of its antennas for X1, the first satellite the Finnish company launched in January. Credit: ICEYE
The 70-kilogram ICEYE-X1 satellite launched Jan. 12 on a PSLV rocket carrying India’s Cartosat-2 and 30 smaller satellites. Credit: ICEYE artist's concept
Iceye launched its first commercial microsatellite in January. This is an image of Silicon Valley. Credit: Iceye
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The day after Finland's Iceye launched a commercial SAR satellite on an Indian rocket, Finland's president signed the country's first comprehensive space legislation. Credit: Iceye artist's concept
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Iceye plans to use airborne and space-based Synthetic Aperture Radar to gather Earth imagery day, night and through clouds.
Iceye cubesats