SpaceWorks is an independent advanced design organization focused on future spaceflight systems, hypersonic flight, human exploration, and emerging technologies. SpaceWorks also offers space market research, aerospace software programs, and custom artwork and animations. Customers for our multidisciplinary engineering services and software products include NASA, DARPA, the US DoD, and a variety of US and international aerospace companies.
Generation Orbit (“Go”) is building a new hypersonic research platform called the GOLauncher 1 — an air-dropped, rocket powered flight vehicle. The GO1 will be capable of flying a variety of structures, materials, electronics, and propulsion technologies for extended times at Mach 6+ in support of high speed flight research for military and commercial clients. GO’s long term plans include ultra high speed flight systems for cargo and passengers.
Terminal Velocity Aerospace
Terminal Velocity (TVA) is developing a line of small reentry capsules to support space-based research and sample return. TVA’s RED-Data2 capsules collect heat shield and hypersonic data during entry. The larger RED-25 will be capable of safely returning up to 25 kg of materials from Earth orbit or beyond in support of emerging space-based manufacturing and medical research markets. RED-25 will be capable of precision landing and payload delivery.
Blink Astro (“Blink”) is developing a network of affordable ground transmitters and novel small satellites in low Earth orbit to enable global connectivity for smart outdoor devices. Blink’s low cost ground-to-space data network will support the Internet of Things, agricultural data collectors (BlinkRs), and global environmental/climate data. Blink is also developing novel in-space docking connectors and unique modular spacecraft configurations for future data collection missions.