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Offline Steven Pietrobon

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Myriota
« on: 04/08/2020 09:22 am »
Here's a local Adelaide company that uses cubesats for IoT (internet of things) communications. They seem to be doing quite well.

https://myriota.com/

"Satellite IoT startup Myriota raises AU$28m in Series B funding round

Hostplus, Main Sequence Ventures, and former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull are among the contributors."

https://www.zdnet.com/article/satellite-iot-startup-myriota-raises-au28m-in-series-b-funding-round/
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Re: Myriota
« Reply #1 on: 12/14/2021 03:45 am »
Myriota made an FCC filing regarding their new Lemur based 3U satellites.
SAT-APL-20211213-00190
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The 36 satellites will be launched into six (6) equally spaced, sun-synchronous orbital planes at a planned altitude between 500 and 550km, with the satellites ultimately equally spaced within each circular orbital plane and each orbital plane being separated by two (2) hours of LTDN. The launches will take place between June and December 2022 on a combination of rideshare and dedicated launch vehicles. It is anticipated that the launch vehicles will include the SpaceX Falcon 9 and the Astra Rocket v4. This is subject to revision based on launch availability, but the anticipated orbital parameters will not change.

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