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Sidus Space LizzieSat™ satellite encapsulated and scheduled for launch


Sidus Space announced its LizzieSat satellite is now securely encapsulated within SpaceX’s payload fairing in preparation for launch. LizzieSat is targeted to launch as part of SpaceX’s Transporter-10 Rideshare mission no earlier than March 2024 from Space Launch Complex 4 East at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.


Sidus Space CEO Carol Craig expressed her gratitude for the dedication and hard work of the entire team, stating, “As we prepare to embark on our mission of Bringing Space Down to Earth™ with our multi-mission LizzieSat Space Platform with a Purpose™, their passion, commitment and tireless efforts made it all possible.”


The primary mission of LizzieSat involves simultaneous data collection through multiple sensors to support various industries, including agriculture, maritime, and oil and gas. These sensors and receivers include multispectral, automatic identification system (AIS), and optical technologies. Additionally, the satellite features Sidus’ onboard FeatherEdge AI (Artificial Intelligence) solution for near real-time, actionable intelligence processing of imagery and sensor data, offering unique solutions to customers. In addition to other customer missions, LizzieSat will support NASA’s Autonomous Satellite Technology for Resilient Application and Mission Helios’ optical NFT collection.


For more information visit: sidusspace.com

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