Spaceflight signs deal with SpaceX for future rideshare satellite launch slots

Alan Boyle
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket sends 64 satellites into space in December 2018, on a mission that was arranged by Seattle-based Spaceflight Inc. (SpaceX via YouTube)

Seattle-based Spaceflight Inc. says it’s signed an agreement to secure spots for secondary payloads on several of SpaceX’s rockets due for launch through the end of 2021.

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