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Sidus Space LizzieSat™ arrives at Vandenberg Space Force Base ahead of launch

LizzieSat, Sidus Space's hybrid 3D printed satellite. (Photo: Business Wire)

Sidus Space is proud to announce that its LizzieSat™ satellite has arrived at Vandenberg Space Force Base, California. This marks a significant milestone as LizzieSat gears up for its inaugural mission, which is scheduled to launch no earlier than March 2024 on SpaceX’s Transporter-10 mission.

Upon arrival, the Sidus Space team began final flight preparations ahead of LizzieSat’s integration with the launch vehicle. LizzieSat’s primary mission involves coincident data collection via multiple sensors to support agriculture, maritime and oil and gas industries. These sensors and receivers include hyperspectral, multispectral, AIS, and optical. Additionally, the Company’s onboard FeatherEdge AI, near real-time, actionable intelligence will process the imagery and sensor data offering tailored solutions to customers. Delivery of data is expected to begin 30 days after deployment of LizzieSat.

"We are thrilled to reach this crucial stage in our mission. This spacecraft embodies our commitment to providing cutting-edge solutions and valuable data across various industries. The integration of advanced sensors and AI capabilities positions LizzieSat as a pioneering force in the realm of space-based data collection," stated Carol Craig, CEO and Founder of Sidus Space.

In addition to serving commercial industries, this mission holds a pivotal role in delivering essential data payloads for NASA and Mission Helios. Sidus Space is committed to advancing space exploration and contributing valuable insights to further scientific endeavors.

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