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FreeFall Aerospace selected for NSIN Accelerator

FreeFall Aerospace has been selected to participate in the 2024 National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) Emerge Accelerator program! ūüõįÔłŹ ‚ú® As a company dedicated to providing low-cost antenna technology for ground and space applications, this cohort is a tremendous opportunity to contribute to advancing technology for civilian and military markets. The Emerge Accelerator is a 12-week [...]

Arizona Space Institute Symposium 2023

Arizona Space Institute Symposium 2023 Join the Arizona Space Institute for a showcase of active and future projects related to space exploration. The symposium will explore this theme during plenary presentations on concept development and proposal facilitation, followed by flash talk presentations from participants. During the morning poster session and networking lunch, attendees will have an opportunity [...]

FreeFall Aerospace at Symposium for Women in STEM

The Launching Your Career Symposium welcomes all STEM Undergraduates, Graduates and Post Docs at the University of Arizona to participate in panel discussions and workshops with accomplished female leaders in both industry and academia, as well as networking sessions. This year the Launching Your Career Symposium is scheduled for in person at the UA Student Union on [...]

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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 [...]

Tech Launch Arizona startups had $586 million economic impact over 3 years

Juan Carlos Lopez-Tonazzi, left, and Dan McFatter, engineers at FreeFall Aerospace, work on a new space antenna in the company’s lab in Tucson. FreeFall Aerospace is one of 71 startups that Tech Launch Arizona has helped develop in the last three years. Photo by Rebecca Sasnett. Report: UA's tech-transfer arm had $586 million [...]

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