Northrop Grumman has delivered the first two 63-inch-diameter extended length Graphite Epoxy Motors (GEM 63XL) Solid Rocket Boosters to Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
Category: Space Industry
Experienced Space Exec Negar Feher Joins SpaceRyde as Chief Revenue Officer
SpaceRyde’s newest addition to its team most recently worked as the VP of Business Development at Momentus Space.
Dennis and Akiko Tito to orbit the Moon on SpaceX’s planned second commercial spaceflight around the Moon
SpaceX recently announced Dennis and Akiko Tito as the first two crewmembers on the company’s Starship’s planned second commercial spaceflight around the Moon.
U.S. Space Force Selects Firefly Aerospace for ‘Rapid Space’ VICTUS NOX Mission
The U.S. Space Force’s VICTUS NOX mission will demonstrate an end-to-end Tactically Responsive Space capability, including the launch segment, space segment, ground segment, and on-orbit operations.
The Space Development Agency transfers to the U.S. Space Force
The Space Development Agency, responsible for rapid delivery of space-based capabilities to the joint warfighter, transferred to the U.S. Space Force, Oct. 1, 2022, as part of a planned realignment mandated by Congress in the National Defense Authorization Act.
AstroAccess announces 16 Ambassadors and Flight Crew for its Next Weightless Flight
The flight will take place in Houston, TX on December 14, 2022, the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 17 lunar liftoff, the last time humans were on the Moon.
Axiom Space Partners with Saudi Space Commission to Send First Female Saudi Astronaut to Space
Axiom Space, a U.S.-based space company currently building the world’s first commercial space station, is working with the Saudi Space Commission (SSC) for a future flight opportunity no earlier than 2023.
Interview with Titans Space Industries’ CEO Neal S. Lachman – Part 1
This interview with Neal S. Lachman concerns TSI’s positioning in a world of aerospace and space behemoths like NASA and SpaceX.
Critical Analysis of Rocket Launch Systems, and Predictions for Spaceplanes, Spaceships, and Orbital Rings
This Critical Analysis was first published on the Titans Space Industries website on July 21, 2022.The full analysis has been reproduced below without edits.