SatRevolution, a Polish company based in Wroclaw, southwestern Poland, has been commissioned by Oman to design and build a satellite that will travel to, for example, the Moon, Mars or Venus, SatRevolution CEO Grzegorz Zwolinski told PAP.
A Polish company that manufactures satellites has been selected by the Sultanate of Oman to produce and operate satellites that will be launched into deep space, as part of the first mission of this kind by an Arab country.
Two Polish companies have sealed partnership with Oman to launch satellite into orbit next year.
Two Polish-made observation satellites were part of a group of seven launched into orbit on Wednesday by the US Virgin Orbit company's LauncherOne rocket.
The first to be launched on the Virgin Orbit and SpaceX Falcon 9 will be focused on helping the American agriculture market by processing data in space, something which the co-founder and CEO Grzegorz Zwoliński called a “complete innovation on the satellite market.”
Wroclaw based startup SatRevolution plans to launch over 1,000 Earth observation nanosatellites. The project has drawn the interest of British billionaire and owner of the Virgin empire Richard Branson, the Rzeczpospolita daily reported on Friday.
The SatRevolution company, dealing with creating satellite systems, and the Space Garden company, have agreed on scientific cooperation in the KRAKSat project - the world's first satellite using magnetic fluid to control its orientation.
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