5 Russian space companies that could one day compete with SpaceX
The first company to launch a private Russian satellite in 2014, Sputnix creates small spacecrafts (microsatellites, nanosatellites, CubeSat-format satellites) and service systems for them, as well as mission control and data receiving stations, and ground infrastructure for functional tests.
Plus, it also produces equipment for aerospace education. Supported by Skolkovo, Sputnix cooperates with Roscosmos subsidiary Glavkosmos. This year it ranked sixth among the fastest-growing high-tech companies in Russia.
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