[Satnews] Phil Brzytwa and his team have announced that Spaceflight is getting involved in the "Cyber Monday" shopping event — only this isn't for clothing or devices or books or music—this is for a smallsat launch.
The company purchased a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket recently and initiated their Dedicated Rideshare Launch Services. The goal was to reduce the price point for smallsat launches. For this holiday season, Spaceflight has decided to drastically reduce the cost of a CubeSat launch to — $200,000 for a 3U—and that's almost a 33 percent discount from the firm's normal list price for such a launch.
According to Spaceflight, the launch will nominally go to a 500 km Sun Synchronous Orbit in 2018, and this offer is valid only until December 31, 2015, of when the SHERPA port becomes full.
There's additional information regarding this special "Cyber Monday" offer at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 866-204-1707.
A Must Attend Event — The SmallSat Symposium Set For February of 2016
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