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Building The World’s

Largest & Most Advanced

SAR Constellation

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Delivering Critical

Data & Insight

PredaSAR’s Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites provide persistent, 24/7, all-weather coverage of the world’s population, critical areas of commerce, and specific areas of interest, both terrestrial and maritime.

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Space-Proven,

World-Class Technology

Once fully deployed, PredaSAR’s spacecraft are expected to provide near persistent global coverage and near real-time, mission-critical Earth observation data. Our first constellation of 96 satellites is currently planned to be completed and in-orbit by 2026, with the first satellite expected to launch in 2022. The PredaSAR satellite constellation is projected to achieve under 10-minute average revisit rates once fully deployed.

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CASE STUDY:

GEOStareSV2 nanosatellite outfitted with LLNL payload, launched May 15, 2021.

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WIDE FIELD
OF VIEW

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NARROW FIELD
OF VIEW

 

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NARROW FIELD
HIGHLIGHT

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Unmatched Aerospace & Industry Leading Experts

PredaSAR's executive leadership team and board are comprised of some of the most talented and experienced aerospace technology and defense professionals in the world.

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Chief Executive Officer 

Major General Roger Teague, USAF (Ret.)

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PredaSAR is proudly USA owned and operated