TriSept Wins Spot on NASA Contract for Cubesat Launch Integration Support

TriSept has won a spot on an $18M contract to help NASA launch small cube-shaped satellites, or cubesats, designed for deployments in low-Earth orbit, Space News reported Monday.

The company will integrate systems and deliver dispenser hardware for the space agency’s cubesat launches. The indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract runs up to 2025.

“Our experienced launch integration and management teams look forward to extending our collaborative relationship with NASA’s Launch Services Program and stand ready to help enable upcoming programs under this latest IDIQ contract,” said Rob Spicer, CEO at TriSept.

The new award follows a previous effort where TriSept helped NASA integrate cubesats last year for an educational launch mission.

TriSept provides U.S. defense, intelligence, space and civilian customers with government-tailored security, mission support and launch integration services.

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