Atlas Space Operations, Aevum to Collaborate on Air Force Space Lift Mission

Atlas Space Operations, Aevum to Collaborate on Air Force Space Lift Mission - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Atlas Space Operations and space logistics company Aevum have agreed to collaborate on a U.S. Air Force-led  space lift mission to increase the Department of Defense's threat awareness through orbital launch services.

Both companies will work to deploy experimental satellites to low-Earth orbit as part of the Agile Small Launch Operational Normalizer mission under a $4.9M contract, Atlas said Monday.

ASLON-45 is meant to support the DoD Space Test Program and government agencies.

Under the partnership agreement, Atlas will provide Aevum access to a ground-based communications  infrastructure that employs 31 antennas deployed worldwide.

The Freedom Ground Network complements an Aevum launch service offering intended to help partners and clients to flyautnomous unmanned lift vehicles.

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