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Launch of Ovzon 3 targeted for as soon as December 2023
by Staff Writers
Stockholm, Sweden (SPX) Oct 20, 2023

Swedish satellite company Ovzon, in collaboration with SpaceX and Maxar, is working towards a launch window of early December for its Ovzon 3 satellite.

"The final assembly and testing of the satellite, in addition to the complex modeling associated with changing launch vehicles, has progressed well and according to plan in recent months. We are now moving forward with further detailed launch planning and with transportation of the satellite to the launch site in Cape Canaveral, Florida. There are always some uncertainties regarding spacecraft launches that are not possible to predict, but we are now getting really close", says Per Noren CEO of Ovzon.

Closer to the launch window, Ovzon will communicate a detailed launch date.

Ovzon offers world-leading mobile satellite communications services, SATCOM-as-a-Service, to customers across the globe. The services combine high data speed with high mobility. Ovzon's SATCOM-as-a-Service meets the growing demand for global connectivity for customers with high performance and security requirements such as Defense, Emergency Services, NGOs, Media and Commercial organizations.

Ovzon was founded in 2006 and has offices in Stockholm, Sweden, Herndon, VA and Tampa, FL in the USA. Ovzon is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm Mid Cap.

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