Sidus Space, a pioneering Space and Data-as-a-Service company listed on NASDAQ under SIDU, is thrilled to announce the successful completion of the launch processing phase for its revolutionary 3D Hybrid Satellite, LizzieSat™. The final preparations were executed at the Astrotech Space Operations facility, situated at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, marking a significant milestone for the company.
Launch Readiness: The Sidus team successfully performed the critical steps in the launch processing of LizzieSat™, including the seamless integration of the satellite with the separation system and the launch vehicle adapter. This crucial step enables the satellite’s attachment to SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket. LizzieSat™ is now in the capable hands of SpaceX and is poised for liftoff on the Transporter-10 mission, scheduled for no earlier than March 2024.
Cutting-Edge Technology: Embedded within the core of LizzieSat™ is the innovative Sidus FeatherEdge AI platform, empowering advanced onboard system processing capabilities utilizing data collected from space-based sensors. Post-launch, Sidus anticipates a further expansion of its customer base, catering to both military and commercial sectors. The aim is to provide tailored intelligence solutions for diverse industries, including defense, agriculture, maritime, and oil and gas.
CEO’s Perspective: Carol Craig, the esteemed CEO and Founder of Sidus Space, emphasized the pivotal nature of this achievement. She stated, “LizzieSat’s distinctive multi-sensor data collection platform represents a paradigm shift, offering tangible impacts across multiple industries through the utilization of cutting-edge on-orbit satellite technology. This innovative approach consolidates various data sources into a single on-orbit asset, showcasing the transformative power of advanced space technology in revolutionizing how industries access and utilize crucial information.”
Future Endeavors: Sidus Space remains committed to actively expanding the LizzieSat™ constellation. Multiple satellites are already in production, slated for launches in 2024 and beyond. This ongoing effort underscores Sidus Space’s dedication to advancing space exploration and delivering state-of-the-art solutions in satellite technology.