Sidus Space received total of $1.9M + in new space/defense orders » 07:3410/0410/04/22
Sidus Space announces…
Sidus Space announces that, in the quarter ended September 30, it has received a combined total of over $1.9 million in new purchase orders for space and defense hardware and services supporting multiple customers. "Space and defense hardware manufacturing is an important component of our full-stack offering and has proven to be a steady revenue stream for Sidus as we work to bring additional offerings to market. As a comprehensive space-as-a-service company, our space and defense hardware manufacturing capability is a critical component that supports many of the larger projects and programs within the space ecosystem," said Carol Craig, Sidus Space Founder and CEO. "Sidus Space has over ten years of experience manufacturing, assembling and testing space hardware with space flight heritage. In response to our sustained manufacturing growth, we are exploring options for expanding our capacity including the possibility of additional shifts."
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Sidus Space, Momentus sign MOU to explore launch collaboration » 09:0509/1409/14/22
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Sidus Space (SIDU) announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding, or MOU, with Momentus (MNTS) to explore launching its LizzieSat satellites utilizing Momentus' Vigoride Orbital Service Vehicle, or OSV. The MOU also seeks to foster collaboration between the two companies to use their joint capabilities to seek new opportunities together, expanding both firms' reach. Together the firms are discussing undertaking an integrated mission that has characteristics of both a Hosted Payload and Delivery Service. Once in orbit, a Momentus OSV could provide power and data to LizzieSat for deployment, offering mission versatility for customers based on Vigoride's service capabilities in-orbit. Sidus Space is interested in four potential mission launches with Momentus initially. As part of the MOU, the companies will potentially provide and/or source payloads to one another and explore working together on select government solicitations.
Sidus Space signs launch agreement with SpaceX for five launches » 09:0909/0709/07/22
Sidus Space announced…
Sidus Space announced that it has signed a launch agreement with SpaceX for five launches, beginning in early 2023. Sidus Space has designed and is manufacturing LizzieSat, for its multi-mission LEO satellite constellation operating in diverse orbits as approved by the International Telecommunication Union in February 2021. LizzieSat is in advanced stages of development and offers many differentiating attributes. Specifically, LizzieSat satellites fly custom payloads tailored to maximize customer return on investment; Sidus manufactured 3D printed satellites maximize customer volume within a lightweight bus; redundant attitude controls systems provide precision pointing for payloads; and propulsion maintains satellite orbit and provides collision avoidance capability. The launches will support previously announced contracts with NASA and Mission Helios as well as prospective customers that Sidus continues to layer into its pipeline in all areas including payload hosting and capturing space-based data.
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Sidus Space highlights role in NASA's Artemis I mission » 09:0208/2608/26/22
On the heels of…
On the heels of NASA's Artemis I mission launch, Sidus Space announced its role in the undertaking. Artemis I is the first in a series of missions that will set the stage for deep space exploration and sustained long-term human presence on the Moon. It is scheduled to commence on August 29, when the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System, or SLS, rocket take off for the first time from Launch Complex 39B at the modernized Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Sidus Space signs MOU with Exo-Space to commercialize satellite edge computing » 09:1008/2308/23/22
Sidus Space recently…
Sidus Space recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Exo-Space to further commercialize its satellite edge computing technology. With this partnership, Sidus Space will integrate Exo-Space's FeatherEdge Data Processing Platform into its hybrid 3D printed satellite, LizzieSat. Through collaboration on data processing and storage technology in space, on-orbit testing of the device in a space environment will provide proof-of-concept data, increase the product's overall Technology Readiness Level, and establish integration processes for future collaborative missions.
Sidus Space initiated with a Speculative Buy at Taglich Brothers » 05:2508/1808/18/22
Taglich Brothers initiated coverage of Sidus Space with a Speculative Buy rating and $7.50 price target.
Sidus Space files to sell 3.37M shares of Class A common stock for holders 17:2208/1208/12/22
Sidus Space selects AWS for LizzieSatTM Constellation » 09:0808/0208/02/22
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Sidus Space (SIDU) announces its selection of Amazon (AMZN) Web Services to provide cloud storage of mission critical Satellite-as-a-Service operation and customer data for the upcoming LizzieSat Constellation. The primary mission of LizzieSat is to enhance the collection and intelligent analysis of customers' space-born data returning richer, more precise data down to Earth in less time. By leveraging AWS-managed services like Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud , Amazon Elastic Container Service , and Amazon Simple Storage Service , Sidus Space aims to provide reliable, global mission control operations to its customers. AWS provides robust, secure, and near real-time data access that enables Sidus to more rapidly and efficiently manage the large volumes of mission data produced by its constellation of satellites and enhance customer data with on platform analytics and secure access points via infrastructure as a service customization. AWS seamlessly aligns with KSAT, Sidus Space's ground station provider, and provides a cost-effective solution to enhance Sidus Space's Space-as-a-Service data offerings for its diverse customer base.
Sidus Space completes fabrication of first set of hardware in NASA program » 09:0607/2107/21/22
Sidus Space announced…
Sidus Space announced that it has completed the fabrication of the first set of hardware in support of NASA's Artemis Program and their Space Launch System, or SLS, manned vehicle. As a subcontractor, Sidus is responsible for the build, qualification, and testing of Umbilical Quick Disconnects for the Environmental Control System, or ECS, on the Universal Stage Adapter for NASA's SLS. The fabrication of the first set of hardware was completed to support umbilical testing at Jacob's Launch Equipment Test Facility, or LETF, at Kennedy Space Center and was delivered last week. NASA reviewed and approved the hardware earlier this month.
Sidus Space expands relationship with Teledyne Marine » 09:0807/1907/19/22
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Sidus Space (SIDU) announced its growing relationship with Teledyne Marine, a part of Teledyne (TDY), following a Q2. The three-month period marks the strongest revenue quarter between the parties since their partnership began four years ago. Sidus Space signed its first two-year master supply agreement, or MSA, with Teledyne Marine in July 2019, followed by a two-year product pricing agreement, or PPA, in September 2021. As part of the increasing scope of work and revenue with Teledyne Marine, Sidus Space will now manufacture components for Teledyne Marine's Massachusetts facility and will continue supplying components to Teledyne Marine's facilities in Texas and Florida.