LOGAN, Utah — The burgeoning demand for cubesat launches to orbit can easily be met by piggybacking on the commercial cargo spacecraft that soon will be visiting the International Space Station (ISS) regularly, according to an “Old Space” veteran who piggybacked with larger spacecraft three times. Joseph Carroll of Tether Applications, Inc., told a cubesat developers workshop held in conjunction with the annual AIAA/Utah State University Conference on Small Satellites here that the ...
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