Muon Space, an end-to-end Space Systems Provider that designs, builds, and operates mission-tailored LEO satellite constellations, has announced its new product, Muon Halo.

Muon Halo’s integrated hardware and software stack enables customers to optimise every dimension of their missions for faster time-to-orbit and superior LEO smallsat constellation performance.

Muon Space also announced Muon Halo contract wins valued over $60m to design, build, and operate 10 satellites ranging in size from 150kg-500kg with remote sensing payloads launching throughout 2025 and 2026.

“These customer wins validate the power of Muon Space’s Halo offering in meeting the most challenging mission requirements rapidly and confidently,” the company said.

“Muon Halo represents a paradigm shift in satellite technology, providing customers with unparalleled reliability, performance, and mission fit,” said Jonny Dyer, CEO of Muon Space.

“We are providing our customers with an alternative to the launch delays, cost overruns, mission failures, and insufficient operational performance typical in industry today.

“With Muon Halo’s cutting-edge space, ground, and cloud building blocks we support the highest performance, custom mission requirements with a standardized, highly qualified hardware and software platform.”
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