While at Skybox one of my responsibilities was overseeing the propellant loading campaigns for the SkySats, which involved traveling to three different launch facilities on three different continents. A bit over 4 years ago we wrapped up the first commercial LMP-103S loading campaign in Sriharikota, India in preparation for the SkySat-3 launch on PSLV in June 2016. Three months later we're in the jungle of Kourou, French Guiana and then a year after that in Lompoc, USA.
In Jan 2018, Planet launched a technology demonstration of a 1U indium FEEP thruster module designed and built by Enpulsion. The thruster was integrated into a modified Planet 3U "Dove" satellite and launched on a PSLV.
SkySat-3, launched in June 2016 on PSLV, was the first commercial spacecraft to load and fly ECAPS' ADN based green monopropellant known as LMP-103S. Previously the technology had flown on the Swedish Space Corporations PRISMA mission, which launched in June 2010.