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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. [...]

Aerospace/Defense and Space Industries in Tucson: BizTucson

Aerospace/Defense and Space Industries Now a Foundation for the Local Economy BizTucson - Spring 2022 - By Rodney Campbell Read the entire Spring 2022 Edition here. The five Cs of the Arizona economy – copper, cattle, cotton, citrus, and climate − that have traditionally driven growth in Arizona might need to dip into [...]

Arizona Space Innovators

Arizona Space Innovators FreeFall Aerospace was on Tipping Point to talk about Arizona space innovators. Host, Zach Yentzer, spoke with FreeFall's Julie Bonner (Director of Communications). Listen to FreeFall Aerospace on Tipping Point Radio Show FreeFall is on the air at 29:00 in this episode. [...]

Arizona is becoming a star in commercial space sector

Arizona is becoming a star in commercial space sector Phoenix Business Journal By Steve Zylstra | Dec 16, 2021 FreeFall Aerospace is developing revolutionary antenna technology for ground, air, and space. Spherical antennas offer a wide field of view, efficient beam steering, and low mass to simplify and improve satellite communications. This allows entire constellations of [...]

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 at the 36th Space Symposium

FreeFall Aerospace at the 36th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs The Space Symposium has brought together space leaders from around the world to discuss, address and dream about the future of space! FreeFall Aerospace will be at the 36th Space Symposium in the South Hall. This event provides a unique opportunity [...]

TechFocus Podcast featuring Doug Stetson of FreeFall Aerospace

TechFocus Member Spotlight Podcast: FreeFall Aerospace TechFocus Podcast Interview with Doug Stetson, CEO of FreeFall Aerospace TechFocus Member Spotlight Podcast | July 12, 2021 Hear FreeFall Aerospace CEO Doug Stetson discuss the new antennas they're developing and how they're bringing big data from small spacecraft. This podcast is hosted [...]

Tucson’s Place in Space with Julie Bonner of FreeFall Aerospace

Tucson Space News: Interview with Julie Bonner, Director of Communications for FreeFall Aerospace Tucson's Place in Space | Life Along the Streetcar | July 4, 2021 In this episode of Life Along the Streetcar, Tom Heath interviews FreeFall Aerospace's Director of Communications, Julie Bonner. FreeFall is launching its [...]

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 [...]

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