Hypernova Space Technologies has announced that it has booked EnduroSat’s shared satellite service to fly their first thruster mission in space.
The mission is flying on a 6U CubeSat platform scheduled to launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rideshare in December 2021.
“Hypernova is proud to partner with EnduroSat on their Shared Sat service. Professional, knowledgeable and efficient! We’re excited to work with them towards redefining space capabilities for small satellites.” Jonathan Lun, CEO of Hypernova Hypernova’s non-toxic, non-pressurised propulsion technology is incredibly flexible and highly efficient.
It allows satellites to perform complex manoeuvres such as orbital keeping, deorbiting, relative phasing, and collision avoidance.
The company plans to enable expansion away from LEO for the future of deep space exploration through this approach.
“We are thrilled to offer streamlined access to space for innovative start-ups such as Hypernova. Space is closer than you think,” Victor Danchev, Mission Manager of EnduroSat said.