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January 16, 2020 //By Rich Pell
Smart satellite tests 'new era' of space-based computing
Aerospace and defense company Lockheed Martin (Bethesda, MD) has announced the launch of what it says is the first smart satellite enabling space mesh networking.
mission apps.

This mission consists of two 12U cubesats with faster, more capable ultra-scale processors that unlock in-orbit data analytics and artificial intelligence. Equipped with miniaturized cross-link and precision timing, Pony Express 2 , says the company, is a trailblazer for autonomous teaming in space and true cloud networking.

The Pony Express 1 mission was launched as a hosted payload on Tyvak-0129, a next-generation Tyvak 6U spacecraft.

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