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Sidus Space CTO Exits Amidst Successful LizzieSat Satellite Tests

By Craig Bamford
November 3, 2023
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Sidus Space CTO Exits Amidst Successful LizzieSat Satellite Tests
LizzieSat in orbit.
Image credit: Sidus Space.

Sidus Space, the Space-as-a-Service satellite company, issued a pair of announcements this week related to a major change in executive management and final testing of its LizzieSat. On Monday (October 30), Sidus Space announced that CTO Jamie Adams will be leaving his company, vacating his board seat, and that the company is eliminating the CTO position altogether, potentially indicating major changes for the company’s future direction. Then, the next day, the company also announced that it “successfully completed environmental testing” for its debut LizzieSat-1 satellite.


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Craig Bamford

Craig is a technology journalist with a strong focus on space-related startups, business, and pop culture. He started working in science & technology media in 2016, and began writing about the Canadian space sector in 2017 for SpaceQ. He is a graduate of the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University, where he specialized in international conflict analysis and conflict resolution. He lives in Toronto.