Traditional satellite propulsion systems seem increasingly outdated compared to these new thrusters that are only just now coming to market. “What we’re seeing right now is a reasonably large disruption in the propulsion community and in the satellite industry,” said … This content is available to subscribers only. Sign in to your account. Not a subscriber? Sign up here.
Kendra R Chamberlain
Editor and analyst at The Enterprise Orbit, covering new space business and technology developments; freelance journalist covering telecom, renewable energy technology & smart infrastructure.
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