BlackSky will build satellites here after deal with big European company

Portrait of Jason Andrews, president and CEO of Andrews Space and Spaceflight Services.

Europe’s largest satellite maker, Thales Alenia Space, has agreed to partly fund Seattle-based digital imaging company BlackSky’s planned satellite constellation and to form a joint venture that will manufacture the satellites in Seattle.

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