Acadia-3

Acadia-3

Electron JUN TBD 2024 TBD

Acadia-3, the newest generation of Capella Space satellites, has better communications connectivity and enhanced imaging capabilities. Better Earth observation and more precise decision-making are made possible by these satellites, which are lighter and smaller than earlier versions while still having improved resolution and detection capabilities.

Last updated: May 10, 2024

Launch Information

Launch Information

Launch Vehicle Details

Mission NameAcadia-3
Launch SiteRocket Lab LC-2 (LP-0C), Wallops Flight Facility, Virginia, USA
Launch VehicleElectron
AgencyRocket Lab
Launch DateJUN TBD 2024

Capella Space introduced its latest generation of satellites named Acadia, which offer increased imaging capability and improved communications connectivity.

Launch Vehicle - Electron

Payload To LEOOriginal: 225 Kg (496 lb) Updated: 300 Kg (660 lb)
Payload To SSOOriginal: 150 Kg (330 lb) Updated: 200 Kg (440 lb)
PropellantRP-1/LOX
Payload Capacity150–225 Kg (331–496 lb)
Height18 m (59 ft)
Diameter1.2 m (3 ft 11 in)
Mass12.5 t (28000 lb)
Stages2–3