FreeFall Aerospace’s Antenna Slated for NASA Spaceflight

FreeFall’s Antenna to Launch Aboard NASA's CubeSat Initiative March 19, 2021: Update on NASA's Cubesat Launch Initiative A novel inflatable antenna system developed by Tucson technology company FreeFall Aerospace, in conjunction with the University of Arizona, is a critical component of CatSat, one of 8 research satellites now slated for launch [...]

FreeFall Aerospace’s Phased Array: An Antenna Like No Other

FreeFall Aerospace’s Phased Array: An Antenna Like No Other Gottleib's Satellite Mobility World | Feb 2021 The quest to develop a low-cost electronically steerable antenna (ESA) has been an elusive one. Despite hundreds of millions of dollars invested by over a dozen companies, a viable, low-cost antenna has yet to emerge. For years, satellite industry engineers [...]

Tucson: From the Wild West to High-Impact Innovation

Tucson: From the Wild West to High-Impact Innovation MARCH 18TH, 2020  ROBERT YEHLING The Wild West spirit remains alive and well in Tucson. It’s no longer like that portrayed by the many Westerns shot at Old Tucson Studios or nearby Tombstone. The spirit now draws people from entirely different walks: the ever-evolving technology-industry-business [...]

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Dr. Chris Walker presents Telescopes, Satellites and 5G

Telescopes, Satellites and 5G Dr. Chris Walker shared his exciting space research including antennas and telescopes at FreeFall and the University of Arizona during Creative Mornings Tucson. Chris Walker is the co-founder and Chief Scientist and VP for R&D for FreeFall Aerospace. He is responsible for creating their revolutionary intelligent antennas for space and [...]

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WIRED: New Space Telescopes Could Look Like Giant Beach Balls

NEW SPACE TELESCOPES COULD LOOK LIKE GIANT BEACH BALLS WIRED | DANIEL OBERHAUS 06.11.19, 07:00 AM IF WE EVER have giant inflatable telescopes in space, you can thank Chris Walker’s mom. Years ago, Walker was making chocolate pudding when he had to interrupt his culinary undertaking to field a phone call [...]

Interview with Doug Stetson, President of FreeFall

An Interview with Doug Stetson, President of FreeFall Aerospace: Where did you grow up? "My Dad was in the Air Force so we moved around a bit, but mostly I grew up in Southern California. We spent a few years at Edwards Air Force Base when I was little so I got to [...]

By |2018-12-13T22:06:04+00:00December 13th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

Space tech startup Freefall touts successful test with NASA

November 14 2018, Nick Esquer of Arizona Chamber News As a nation, we’ve been through spells of obsession with the idea of heading into space and exploring the final frontier. And with movies like First Man and genius/Bond villains like Elon Musk planning to shoot themselves into space for whatever reason, space is cool again. But one [...]

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