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    Thai satellite to launch on 3D-printed rocket from Cape Canaveral

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - The manifest for a 3D-printed rocket soon to be blasting off from the Space Coast continues to grow with the announcement Tuesday that a Thailand-based space company has selected Relativity Space's Terran 1 rocket to launch its satellite.

    Based in California, Relativity Space has patented 3D printing to build its rocket in less than 60 days, cutting down hardware parts and costs to launch. The company's rocket will launch from from Cape Canaveral Air Station's Launch Complex 16, beginning at the end of 2020, company leaders say.

    “Mu Space is accelerating space technology development in Asia, and we consider the moon as the next explorable body in space beyond Earth,” Yenbamroong said.

    “Relativity has the vision, team, and technology to deliver exceptional advantages in launching mu Space's payloads, and supporting our goal of creating an interplanetary society in the future.”

    The satellite will launch from Cape Canaveral in 2022 as the primary payload into Low Earth Orbit.


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