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Impulso Space inks deal with Relativity Space for comprehensive launch support
by Clarence Oxford
Los Angeles CA (SPX) Apr 03, 2024

Impulso.Space USA Corp. has clinched a key contract with Relativity Space Inc., marking a significant step in its journey as a premier provider of full-spectrum launch services. This agreement cements Impulso.Space's role in the aerospace domain, showcasing its dedication to delivering end-to-end global launch solutions tailored for satellite constellations that demand high responsiveness and cost-efficiency.

Per the agreement, Impulso.Space is set to offer a suite of logistical and operational support for Relativity Space's forthcoming launch initiatives. Utilizing its advanced facilities in Florida, the company will be instrumental from the initial stages of mission planning to the final phases of post-launch activities.

Pietro Guerrieri, CEO of Impulso.Space, expressed excitement about the collaboration, highlighting the company's comprehensive service offering including logistics, operational support, and launch capacity brokerage.

"Our partnership with Relativity Space is a testament to our unwavering commitment to providing integrated solutions that cater to the evolving needs of our clients and contributing to the advancement of the launch service industry. We anticipate this collaboration will lead to outstanding achievements and open doors to further advancements in space exploration," Guerrieri stated.

The services provided by Impulso.Space encompass payload integration, launch vehicle preparation, mission oversight, transportation, among other key operational tasks. Known for its innovative approach and successful track record, Impulso.Space is poised to facilitate and enhance the full spectrum of launch operations, ensuring seamless delivery to the end users.

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