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Multi-launch deal signed for OTV missions from Spaceport Nova Scotia
by Staff Writers
Halifax, Canada (SPX) May 25, 2023

Maritime Launch Services Inc. (NEO: MAXQ, OTCQB: MAXQF) reports that its launch manifest on its medium class launch vehicles has been committed through the end of 2027.

With a recent multi-mission Agreement signed for launching client OTVs from a manufacturer in the EU, Maritime Launch has secured medium-class launch vehicle capacity on multiple missions on a rideshare and dedicated payload basis from Spaceport Nova Scotia from 2025 onwards.

"This Agreement, if fully realized, is valued at over $1B in revenue and commits a large portion of our near-term medium-class launch manifest at Spaceport Nova Scotia, proving the strong demand for launch services in the global space market and the viability of Spaceport Nova Scotia," says Stephen Matier, President and CEO of Maritime Launch Services. "By offering missions from Nova Scotia, we are able to help address global demand, while offering Canadians great careers and opportunities to participate in our exciting space economy."

Maritime Launch is currently under construction building Canada's first commercial launch site, Spaceport Nova Scotia, located near the rural communities of Canso, Hazel Hill and Little Dover.

The space industry is currently facing a tight launch market, with only a few places to launch commercial payloads for satellite constellation deployment. Maritime Launch offers the global market competitive launch inclinations from 45 to 98 degrees from a single site, making it one of the most attractive launch locations in North America. The Company has Canadian and international clients lined-up to launch using small-class vehicles starting as early as 2024.

Maritime Launch's international client is a leader in space logistics and transportation and has a track record of space-proven technologies and successful missions, enabling service providers to streamline satellite launch, across-orbit transportation, on-orbit servicing and refueling, and end of mission disposal.

"Finding clients who want to launch their technology from Spaceport Nova Scotia has not been a challenge for our team, given demand," added President and CEO, Stephen Matier. "We have seen an acceleration of demand since the start of construction last September. This demand, coupled with Transport Canada's announcement in January to support commercial launch from Canada for the first time in our history, signals the continuing momentum of the space sector in Canada."

In the coming months, Maritime Launch will share more details of this exciting partnership including details regarding the client's first launch from Spaceport Nova Scotia.

SpaceDaily News Analysis
**Analyst A: Space Industry Analyst**

Rating: 10/10

As a Space Industry Analyst, this article has a high relevance, detailing key developments within the space industry, particularly within the domain of launch services. The analyst will appreciate the specifics of the multi-launch deal signed by Maritime Launch Services, emphasizing the growing demand for launch services and the prospective impact on the global space market. The audience interested in this perspective primarily consists of professionals and stakeholders within the space industry.

**Analyst B: Economic Development Analyst**

Rating: 8/10

For the Economic Development Analyst, the article's insights into the potential economic impact of the new launch site in Nova Scotia are compelling. Maritime Launch Services' initiative is projected to generate over $1B in revenue, promising new job opportunities and contributing to Canada's burgeoning space economy. However, the article's emphasis on technical aspects of the deal might lower its relevance slightly for this analyst. The primary audience interested in this perspective includes regional economic developers and policy makers.

**Analyst C: Environmental Impact Analyst**

Rating: 6/10

For the Environmental Impact Analyst, the article offers some relevance in terms of the construction of a new spaceport and its possible environmental implications. However, the lack of specific details related to environmental impacts or mitigation strategies decreases its overall relevance. The primary audience interested in this perspective includes environmental advocates and regulatory bodies.

**Analyst Summary**

Maritime Launch Services' multi-launch deal for OTV missions from Spaceport Nova Scotia signifies a promising development within the space industry. The firm's commitment to its medium-class launch vehicle manifest until 2027 and a project valued over $1B highlights the growing demand for launch services globally. This development also underscores the economic potential of the space industry in Canada, offering new job prospects and contributing to the national space economy. Nevertheless, as with any large-scale development, potential environmental impacts should be considered.

The past 25 years have seen commercial space exploration grow tremendously, with increased private sector involvement and international collaborations. The current deal is in line with these trends and indicates a favorable market for launch services. However, the concentration of launch sites in few geographical locations presents a unique situation that deserves close monitoring.

The first investigative question could ask about the specific technologies or methods used by Maritime Launch Services in their operations, providing more insights into the company's unique value proposition.

The second question might delve into how this deal affects the broader space industry, such as its potential influence on launch service prices and availability.

The third question could explore future developments, like potential expansions or new partnerships that Maritime Launch Services might pursue based on the success of this deal.

The fourth question could examine potential challenges or obstacles that Maritime Launch Services might face in fulfilling this multi-launch deal, such as technical, regulatory, or environmental concerns.

Finally, the fifth question could investigate the reactions or responses from key industry stakeholders, such as other launch service providers, satellite manufacturers, and regulatory bodies, which could significantly influence the project's success and broader industry impacts Related Links
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