Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Boeing announces Phantom Phoenix family of small satellites

One problem with satellites is that they’re either one-offs or part of a constellation of a single, costly design. Both can be expensive and neither lends itself to getting a specialized satellite into orbit quickly and on a budget. Boeing’s answer to this is a kit car class of a small satellites called Phantom Phoenix that are relatively easy to customize and economical to launch. .. Continue Reading Boeing announces Phantom Phoenix family of small satellites

Section: Space

Tags: Boeing, Satellite

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eon said...

First Phantom Ray, then Phantom Eye, now Phantom Phoenix.

Why do I get the feeling that their next project will be a big honking satellite that does it all, named "Brother Eye"?



David said...

Omac, call you service.