Press Release

Kleos Polar Vigilance Mission Launch Timing – Update

By SpaceRef Editor
June 28, 2021
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Kleos Space S.A (ASX:KSS, Frankfurt:KS1), a space-powered Radio Frequency Reconnaissance data-as-a- service (DaaS) company, has received confirmation that the Kleos Polar Vigilance Mission (KSF1) will launch from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station onboard the Spaceflight SXRS-5/SpaceX Transporter-2 Mission targeted for the 29 June 2021 (US).

The four satellites will be deployed into a 525km Sun Synchronous orbit that will increase Kleos overall coverage density in the equatorial region and cover areas North and South of the Kleos Scouting Mission satellites, which successfully launched on in November into a 37-degree inclined orbit.

Kleos uses clusters of four satellites to collect radio transmissions over key areas of interest around the globe and after processing a geospatial data product is delivered to analytics and intelligence entities for government and commercial use – efficiently uncovering the locations of human activity on land and sea.

A third cluster of satellites, the Polar Patrol Mission (KSF2), is scheduled and will launch at the end of this year.

For further information, please contact:

Kleos Space S.A.

Andy Bowyer

Managing Director Andy.bowyer@kleosglobal.com +352 2088 2290

About Kleos Space S.A.

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Pascale Kauffman

Apollo Strategists pascale.kauffman@apollo.lu +352 26 20 28 38

Kleos is a space enabled, activity-based intelligence, data as a service company based in Luxembourg, US and UK. Kleos aims to guard borders, protect assets and save lives by delivering global activity-based intelligence and geolocation as a service. The first Kleos satellite system, known as Kleos Scouting Mission (KSM), will deliver commercially available data and perform as a technology demonstration. KSM isthe keystone for a global high-capacity constellation. The Scouting Mission will deliver targeted daily services with the full constellation delivering near-real time global observation – www.kleos.space

SpaceRef staff editor.