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Terran Orbital.
LINUS: Servicing Satellites On-Orbit. 12U CubeSats in Geosynchronous Orbit are operated by Lockheed Martin, developed by Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, a Terran Orbital Company.
A nanosatellite designed by Tyvak International, part of Terran Orbital, that will support the European Space Agency’s Hera Mission to orbit an asteroid.
Terran technology in orbit around the Moon: Capstone is a Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment.

Terran has grown from developing CubeSats into a world-leading large independent small satellite developer and operator of ground stations. Their expertise is satellite bus platforms, including interchangeable components and modules, to configure satellites for various mission. As a leading manufacturer, they provide end-to-end solutions by combining satellite design, production, launch planning, mission operations, and on-orbit support. Recent highlights including developing satellites that are in a Lunar Orbit and a mission to an asteroid.
OUR RATING: Terran Orbital is a dynamic developer of satellites that together with aerospace companies and space agencies is pushing on with space exploration and infrastructure.
Since 2022 their share price has taken a slide down and has since stabilised. As a space investment their fortune and potential investor rewards are prevalent on securing contracts from larger companies.

Recent missions include:
RUNNER-1 FASat-Delta, a multi-purpose remote sensing satellite developed by Terran Orbital in collaboration with ImageSat International, designed for functions including infrastructure monitoring, response to natural disasters, security, and climate change studies.
Terran Orbital developed ten satellite buses for Lockheed Martin as part of a Space Development Agency’s call. These micro-sat class spacecraft are an interoperable, connected, secure mesh network in space, vital for demonstrating Joint All-Domain Operations capabilities.
CAPSTONE (Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment): Conducted by Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, a Terran Orbital Corporation, is an experiment where satellites play a crucial role as a pathfinder for NASA’s Gateway; a Moon-orbiting outpost part of the Artemis program. CAPSTONE validates the Near Rectilinear Halo Orbit (NRHO).