The U.S. Air Force has quietly awarded a contract to York Space Systems using its Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) for Tetra-3, a microsatellite that will be used to prototype missions and tactics, techniques and procedures, Aerospace DAILY has learned. The service’s Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) confirmed to Aerospace DAILY a $12.8 million contract was awarded to York Space Systems on July 27. The company was one of five vendors that competed for the effort. The launch ...

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