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Name In-Space Missions (BAE Systems)
Products
Services
IOD / IOV Payload Hosting Service
Country UK
Founded 2015
Funding $13M+
Notes

In-Space Missions is using its NSIP programme to substantially extend its current Space as a Service, Faraday, capabilities. The expanded capability, Faraday+, will provide a Software Defined Satellite service which will allow customers to upload their application from the ground or buy capacity without the need to launch their own space hardware. Short-circuiting lengthy satellite build schedules lasting years and costing millions of pounds, new services using Faraday+ will be rolled out in weeks and at a fraction of traditional costs. Faraday+ will support multiple customers at the same time and underpin a significant acceleration of innovation across the whole of the UK space sector.
BAE Systems announced Sept 2021 that it will acquire In-Space Missions, a company that recently won a contract to build a British military satellite.
In-Space Missions won a contract valued at 9.5 million pounds ($13.2 million) from the Ministry of Defence and the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory Aug. 9 to build an experimental smallsat called Titania. The satellite, scheduled for launch in 2023, will test space-to-ground laser communications.

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Status Active in nanosatellites
 
Own nanosats
launched
Faraday-1,   Faraday-1b (Faraday Phoenix)
Own nanosats
to be launched
Faraday-1c,   Faraday-1d

Last modified: 2021-12-21

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