This new radar site further bolsters LeoLabs ability to track objects and monitor activities in low Earth orbit, providing timely coverage for operators and regulators in order to prevent future on-orbit collisions.
The West Australian Space Radar site is fully operational, adding significant coverage of the Southern Hemisphere — an important milestone in LeoLabs’ expansion of its radar network.
The new radar site is fully operational, adding significant coverage of the Southern Hemisphere — a major milestone in LeoLabs’ planned expansion of its global space radar network.
This agreement delivers industry-leading capabilities to the US Government, including Resident Space Object tracking data and conjunction alerts, powered by LeoLabs global network of radars.
This agreement delivers industry-leading data and services to Japan, including Satellite and Orbital Debris Tracking and Collision Avoidance, powered by LeoLabs’ global network of space radars.
As the newest sensor in the growing LeoLabs global network, the West Australian Space Radar will provide strategic tracking of satellites and space debris in the Southern Hemisphere.
LeoLabs announces a multi-year agreement with the New Zealand Space Agency and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) for expanded development of its space regulatory and sustainability platform.
LeoLabs today announced the Azores as the site for its next space radar. As a strategic addition to LeoLabs expanding global constellation of LEO sensors, the Azores Space Radar will go operational in the first half of 2022.
“This latest round of funding is a testament to our mission to inform, secure and enable the revolution of services entering low Earth orbit,” said Dan Ceperley, LeoLabs CEO and co Founder. “It sets the stage for the next phase of our growth as we build our team and our global footprint in the SSA domain. We now have the resources to accelerate the global deployment of next-generation radars for tracking small debris and satellites in LEO, and to expand development of our scalable LEO mapping and SSA platform.”
April 22, 2021—Menlo Park, CA — LeoLabs, Inc., the leading commercial provider of low Earth orbit (LEO) mapping and Space Situational Awareness (SSA) services, today confirmed “fully operational” status for its Costa Rica Space Radar, effective immediately. This new phased-array radar reinforces LeoLabs’ leadership as the premier data and services provider to inform and protect the rapidly expanding commercial and governmental activities in LEO. The achievement represents the world’s most advanced commercial space radar for mapping low Earth orbit, deployed in record time.