HawkEye 360

Max Q: More propulsion troubles on-orbit

Hello, and welcome back to Max Q! In this issue: More propulsion troubles on-orbit News from Astranis and more By the way . . . We’re out-of-this-world excited to announce that we’ve added a de

‘Irreparable’ thrusters and solar activity push 3 HawkEye 360 satellites to lower orbits

Remote-sensing satellite operator HawkEye 360 is the latest to experience problems in orbit, due to an “irreparable” failure of propulsion systems made by Austria-based Enpulsion, compound

HawkEye 360’s new funding reflects ongoing investor appetite for defense-focused tech

Virginia-based HawkEye 360 has closed $58 million in new funding, the latest sign that investor appetite for defense-heavy startups is nowhere close to slowing down. HawkEye operates a constellation o

Rocket Lab’s first mission from Virginia delayed until 2023

We’re going to have to wait a little longer for Rocket Lab’s American debut. The company, which is headquartered in Los Angeles, was due to launch a trio of satellites for radio-frequency

Max Q: Scrubbed

Hello and welcome back to Max Q. I’m writing to you from Florida, where NASA scrubbed Monday’s launch attempt of the Artemis I mission. In this issue: NASA’s Artemis I launch is scru

Max Q: Hold fire

Hello and welcome back to Max Q. In this issue: Launcher debuts full thrust of 3D-printed rocket engine A “sustainable” satellite mega-constellation? FAA’s decision on Starbase delay

HawkEye 360 raises $145M to scale space-based radio frequency data and analytics

The biggest players in the Earth observation industry use imaging satellites to deliver intelligence and analytics, but startup HawkEye 360 is taking a different tack. The company monitors radio frequ