U.S. Army’s Kestrel Eye Microsat Ready For Launch

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama—The International Space Station (ISS) will play a key role in deploying an experimental microsatellite for the U.S. Army over the coming weeks. On Aug. 14, the Army’s 110-lb. (50-kg) Kestrel Eye visible imagery microsatellite technology demonstrator will hitch a long-planned ride...

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