Not necessarily. It looks like it’s already been built, and - I hope - has already gone through extensive qualification and testing as that build has happened. So it would purely be a matter of getting it onto a rocket. I don’t know who they’ll launch with, but I know from experience that RocketLab is happy to add a payload up to a month before a launch.
 Not making comment on this project as I’m not familiar with it, but overwhelmingly Australian space projects are today put together with no sufficient testing and qualification process. Hence the high failure rate. Teams are too eager to just sling something into orbit.