Kestrel Eye Electro-Optical Satellite Heading To Space Station

The U.S. Army’s 110-lb. (50-kg) experimental electro-optical imaging satellite is heading toward the International Space Station (ISS) after taking off from Cape Canaveral on Aug. 14. The “Kestrel Eye” microsatellite will arrive at the space station on Aug. 16 as part of SpaceX’s 12th NASA...

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