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Cumulative Years In
Space For Rocket Lab
Satellite Technology

From Idea
To Orbit

Rocket Lab is an end-to-end space
company delivering reliable launch
services, complete spacecraft design
and manufacturing, satellite components,
flight software, and more.

Dedicated
Small Launch

Electron is the second most frequently launch U.S
rocket, delivering mission success for commercial
and government satellite operators.

Offering dedicated and rideshare options, tailored
orbits, schedule control and responsive launch, we
deliver your mission, your way.

Large
Launch

Neutron, our 8-ton payload class launch vehicle in
development. Reliable and cost-effective launch
services for constellation deployment, cargo
resupply, interplanetary missions.

Spacecraft
Solutions

Our flight proven, configurable Photon spacecraft
enables missions from low Earth orbit through to
planetary destinations. Reliable, flexible and
affordable, it enables our customers to do more,
spend less, and reach orbit faster.

Satellite
Components
& Separation
Systems

Reliable, flight proven satellite
subsystems and components that
make your mission possible.

Space
Software

Industry-leading off-the-shelf flight software that has been
operating across more than 45 spacecraft for a cumulative
140 years in space. Our expertise and solutions also span
mission simulation and ground software solutions that
provide complete spacecraft command and control for all
spacecraft and constellations.

Latest
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Rocket Lab Successfully Deploys 34 Satellites and Catches Rocket Booster Returning from Space with Helicopter
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Rocket Lab Breaks Ground on Neutron Production Complex in Wallops, Virginia
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Rocket Lab to Attempt First Mid-Air Helicopter Capture of the Electron Rocket During Next Mission
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Rocket Lab Successfully Launches 112th Satellite to Orbit
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