BUILDING A BETTER WORLD

Maxar brings together Earth and space technologies that enable unprecedented capabilities to observe, analyze and monitor, and communicate across our planet and throughout the solar system.

OPERATING IN A NEW SPACE

BRINGING A COMMERCIAL MINDSET TO GOVERNMENT SPACE MISSIONS

Maxar surprised many people outside the company when we announced we would keep our SSL satellite manufacturing business and restructure its operations to be more nimble and efficient, continuing to deliver on our commitments while returning to profitability. We renamed it Maxar Space Solutions, and we believe this organization is poised to transform the markets that it serves, in particular the U.S. Government.

MAXAR'S PATH TO GROWTH RUNS THROUGH WORLDVIEW LEGION

Maxar CEO, Dan Jablonksy, shares his strategy for growth in an interview with SpaceNews, providing an update on how the new WorldView Legion constellation is designed to replace current WorldView-1 and WorldView-2 capacity plus additional growth capacity. Read on to hear about the Legion-X business model.

Successful Design Review for Restore-L On-Orbit Servicing Spacecraft Bus for NASA

NASA's Restore-L project has completed an important review process called the Critical Design Review (CDR) of the Maxar spacecraft bus and robotics arms. The project aims to refuel the Landsat 7 satellite in Low Earth Orbit (LEO), a satellite which was not originally designed to be refueled.

How Dragonfly could help commercialize in-orbit robotics

John Lymer, Maxar’s chief roboticist, explains how our work with NASA's Dragonfly program can change the way satellites do business in orbit.

Thales Alenia Space and Maxar Achieve Significant Milestone for Telesat LEO

The consortium celebrates their succesful completion of the System Definition and Risk Management Phase for Telesat's LEO satellite constellation.

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