Flight Works to Attend Virtual Small Sat Conference

Flight Works to Attend Virtual Small Sat Conference

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Flight Works to attend the 35th annual Small Sat Conference which will be held virtually August 7th-12th 2021. Known in the space industry as the premier conference on small satellites, the conference is expected to bring the brightest minds together to network and discuss the past year’s successes, current challenges, as well as share innovative […]



Fight Works on NASA CAPSTONE CubeSat Mission

Fight Works on NASA CAPSTONE CubeSat Mission

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A Flight Works propellant pump will play a critical role in Stellar Exploration’s propulsion system on NASA’s CAPSTONE CubeSat. NASA’s Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment (CAPSTONE) is a 55-pound spacecraft that will launch later in 2021 and take three months to arrive at its destination, to orbit around the moon for […]


Tech Brief Webinar-Customizing Actuators Using COTS Drive Components for Martian Mission Mechanisms

Tech Brief Webinar-Customizing Actuators Using COTS Drive Components for Martian Mission Mechanisms

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Flight Work’s President and CEO, Eric Besnard joined Maxon’s Robin Phillips as guest speakers on a Tech Briefs webinar discussing the topic of Customizing Actuators Using COTS Drive Components for Martian Mission Mechanisms. You can listen to a recording of the webinar at the link below. Customizing Actuators Using COTS Drive Components for Martian Mission […]


Flight Works on NASA’s Lunar Flashlight Mission

Flight Works on NASA’s Lunar Flashlight Mission

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Flight Works is proud to support the NASA Lunar Flashlight Mission. Flight Work’s propellant pump is to be used in the propulsion system aboard NASA’s Lunar Flashlight, a small satellite, or CubeSat, slated to launch as a secondary satellite on the Artemis mission in the fall of 2021. The spacecraft which is about the size […]


Flight Works awarded NASA SBIR to develop lunar transfer stage

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As part of a NASA Phase I SBIR, Flight Works is expanding its micropump-fed propulsion technology to the development and demonstration of a low cost, compact, high performance lunar transfer stage designed for small launchers like Rocket Lab’s Electron and Virgin Orbit’s Launcher One. With a total wet mass around 230 kg, the transfer stage […]