The connector says very little about what kind of signal is transported across. The device datasheet tells everything. So, you need to figure out what the model name of the radio device is, and read its datasheet.
You generally don't start choosing complex satellite hardware for the low-level interface it works with. You need a satellite modem, look which satellite modems have the functionality you need, and afterwards look which interfaces candidates have.
If I understand correctly, I need a connector for these interfaces, right?
Hm, not necessarily. Radio interfaces might just as well be integrated onto the same PCB. It's not clear what kind of system you're referring to – it seems to have something to do with satellites though. Honestly, a satellite is probably not the first thing you should build. Too hard. Too many restrictions. Too costly. No chance to ever service the device.
There interfaces are for data transmission, right?
Not interfaces, but wire-bound communication standards. Yes, they're for transmitting data.
Can we have 4 interfaces above in one device?
Yes. Also, RS422 and RS485 are basically the same, with the latter doing duplex. But: comparing space wire and ethernet to "UART" is comparing things from a very different level of specification. Saying "UART" doesn't even specify voltages, nor word lengths, nor speeds, nor handshake methods or really anything, whereas saying "Ethernet" defines a whole electrical interface, cabling, speeds, packet format, adressing, methods of access arbitration...
What should I google to find information about connecting a radio device to a controller in a satellite?
Nothing, at this point. You're trying to build an electronic device, a satellite. That's very complex, and it requires actual understanding! The interfaces you mention are not really plug and play, as in plugging a USB thumb drive into your Laptop working out of the box; there's things you'll need to do to make the devices actually talk to each other. You need to start with a bit of basics, no way around that.