LeoLabs Selects Costa Rica as Site for Next Generation Space Radar

MENLO PARK, CA, USA July 22, 2020 — LeoLabs, Inc., the leading commercial provider of low Earth
orbit (LEO) mapping and Space Situational Awareness (SSA) services, today announced Costa Rica as
the site for its next space radar.

Expansion into the equatorial region will protect satellites from small debris and drive sustainability in LEO.

SpaceNews: LeoLabs to construct fourth radar in Costa Rica

LeoLabs announced plans July 22 to construct a phased-array radar in Costa Rica to track objects as small as two centimeters across in low inclination orbits. The Costa Rican radar “fills a gap because with an equatorial radar we can track all orbits,” Ed Lu, former NASA astronaut and LeoLabs co-founder, told SpaceNews.

Military Embedded Systems: Commercial satellite tracking service unveiled by LeoLabs

LeoTrack, delivered as a web-based subscription, offers satellite operators a full range of monitoring capabilities, including precision tracking of satellites, orbital state vectors, predictive radar availability, scheduled passes, and real-time orbit visualization for constellations as well as individual satellites.