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Sidus Space selected by OneWeb to manufacture satellite hardware
by Staff Writers
Cape Canaveral FL (SPX) May 12, 2023

Sidus Space, Inc. (NASDAQ:SIDU), a leading provider of machined parts to the global space industry, has been selected by Airbus OneWeb Satellites, LLC (AOS) to design and build machined parts. The machined parts will be integrated into the portfolio of Arrow commercial small satellites manufactured by AOS.

Airbus OneWeb Satellites LLC is a joint venture between Airbus and OneWeb. AOS manufactures satellites for the OneWeb commercial constellation and Airbus customers in Merritt Island, Florida. AOS is producing satellites for Airbus U.S. Space and Defense, Inc., in support of U.S. government programs.

"We are excited to support Airbus OneWeb Satellites," said Carol Craig, Sidus Space Founder and CEO. "Sidus has over 10 years of industry-leading and high-quality commercial, military, and government manufacturing experience."

Sidus Space has been manufacturing satellite hardware for over a decade and has supported major U.S. government and Commercial Space programs including Artemis, xEVAS, Starliner, Dream Chaser, and the International Space Station.

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