Lockheed Martin announces that it has signed an agreement with Firefly Aerospace for up to 25 space launches, via the Alpha rocket, by 2029.

The use of Firefly's lower-cost launcher will help Lockheed Martin reduce the risks of sending its technologies into low-Earth orbit.

This agreement reinforces the strategic partnership between the two companies, and supports continued growth and technology investment.

Lockheed Martin will develop payload technologies for a variety of missions, such as Earth observation, global communications, and climate monitoring, thanks to this agreement, which ensures frequent and responsive launches.

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