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The FreeFall Aerospace Inflatable Antenna System is Ready for Launch

Ready for lift-off, the novel inflatable antenna system developed by FreeFall Aerospace is validated and ready for space! In partnership with the University of Arizona (UA), FreeFall successfully conducted extensive pre-flight tests, the last step before flying in space. These tests validate operation and performance in a simulated space environment from launch through the entire mission lifetime. [...]

CatSat is Coming Together!

This morning FreeFall Aerospace staff visited the University of Arizona to see the progress on CatSat, one of eight research satellites to be launched aboard a NASA mission in June 2022. The satellites selected under NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative will perform technology demonstrations, conduct scientific investigations, and provide educational benefits. CatSat is a partnership of the University [...]

FreeFall Aerospace Inflation Control System Validated for Spaceflight

FreeFall Aerospace Inflation Control System Validated for Spaceflight Ready for lift-off, the novel inflatable antenna system developed by FreeFall Aerospace is validated and ready for space! In partnership with the University of Arizona (UA) and Northrop Grumman, on July 1, 2021, FreeFall successfully conducted thermal vacuum tests of the inflation control [...]

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 Antenna Technology flew on NASA 60 Million Cubic Foot Balloon!

In partnership with the University of Arizona, the first flight test of FreeFall's advanced steerable antenna system is underway in New Mexico. The flight lifted off this morning on the new NASA 60 million cubic foot balloon. It can reach an altitude of 150,000-160,000 feet in the air as we study the antenna capabilities. This is a [...]

By |2021-06-29T17:07:07+00:00August 17th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments
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