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Sidus Space LizzieSat™ mission successfully launches from Vandenberg Space Force Base

Sidus Space announced its LizzieSat™ satellite has successfully launched and deployed to low Earth orbit as part of SpaceX’s Transporter-10 Rideshare mission. Liftoff occurred at 2:05 px.m. PDT from Space Launch Complex 4 East at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.

The successful deployment of LizzieSat™ signifies a monumental achievement for Sidus Space, marking its entrance into the next era of space technology and data services. To rewatch the live mission webcast, visit or

"We are thrilled to announce the successful launch of our first LizzieSat™ satellite," said Carol Craig, CEO at Sidus Space. "This accomplishment is a testament to the dedication, expertise, and collaboration of our team. LizzieSat™ epitomizes our commitment to pushing the boundaries of space technology and advancing our mission of Bringing Space Down to Earth™."

LizzieSat™ is positioned to revolutionize space-based data collection and analysis with its innovative Space Platform with a Purpose™ and FeatherEdge AI integration. This mission aims to broaden its customer base across military and commercial sectors, offering tailored intelligence solutions for industries such as defense, agriculture, maritime, and oil and gas.

As the LizzieSat™ mission progresses, Sidus Space remains steadfast in its commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions and pushing the frontiers of space technology and data collection. The company looks forward to upcoming missions, with LizzieSat-2 and LizzieSat-3 expected to launch on future SpaceX Rideshare missions.

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