Helpful first post suggestions: When you describe an option position, you need to specify all of the details. In this case, are these puts or calls? Are you quoting the bid, the ask or the last trade? The details are apparent when I look at an option chain but the reader shouldn't have to look up the quotes.
Now, some answers. These are illiquid options. The $40 put has an Open Interest (OI) of zero. That means that there are no contracts in existence. This illiquidity is also reflected by a closing bid of $0.00, a closing ask of $4.80 and a last trade of $2.40 which occurred who knows how long ago and at what price of VSAT? Although the ask price and last trade are slightly different for the $45 and $50 put, it's the same zero OI. There's no valid basis for comparison for any of these options.
Another tip off that this is bad data is that the last trade in all three of these strike prices ($40, $45, and $50) was $2.30 to $2.40 and yet the $60 put is $0.05 x $0.10 with a last trade of $0.10. The further out-of-the-money options are, the less they are worth. And yet the $40, $45 and $50 puts are worth 23 times the $60 put, based on the last trade? All of these puts are near worthless and this is just garbage quote time.