Which rocket would this be if not Rocket Lab Electron, in which LM has an equity stake?
Lockheed Martin consortium backs a site in Sutherland as Britainís first base for launching rockets into orbitA remote peninsula on Scotlandís north coast could be the launchpad for Britainís space ambitions after plans emerged for a rocket base in Sutherland.A consortium that includes Lockheed Martin, the US aerospace firm, believes that the AíMhoine peninsula, between Dounreay and Cape Wrath, is the best location in Britain for a facility from which satellites can be cata- pulted into orbit on the back of 20m rockets...."Up to eight rocket launches could be made a year, with each capable of carrying a 150kg payload*. This could include many as 12 small cube satellites that could be dropped into a 575-mile orbit above Earth.--* Which rocket would this be if not Rocket Lab Electron, in which LM has an equity stake? Athena I / II has a bigger payload.
Ahtena has been dropped by LM AFAIK.Would it be worth building a launch facility in a remote region for 1.2t/yr. to orbit?