Alaska Aerospace Honors Twenty Years of PSCA Launches Feb 27, 2019 | Monitor , Science , Telecom & Tech ANCHORAGE—Alaska Aerospace released the 2018 Annual Report, titled “Rockets and Roll’n,” commemorating twenty years of space launch from the Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA) at Narrow Cape, Kodiak. A former Alaska Aerospace Corporation employee was sentenced in Anchorage federal court on Monday for violating conflict of interest laws. The California-based company Astra Space launched "Rocket 1" from this site in July 2018.
Alaska Aerospace launches subsidiary company to reduce costs Jul 10, 2018 @ 11:36am KODIAK, Alaska (AP) – Alaska Aerospace has launched a subsidiary company that officials say aims to save taxpayer money by reducing personnel costs. The Alaska Aerospace Corporation launched a subsidiary, Aurora Launch Services, which will focus on providing support for customers to launch vehicles with smaller satellite payloads into orbit. KODIAK, Alaska (AP) – Alaska Aerospace has launched a subsidiary company that officials say aims to save taxpayer money by reducing personnel costs. Alaska Aerospace has launched 19 rockets in collaboration with government agencies including NASA, the U.S. Air Force and the Missile Defense Agency since the spaceport opened in 1998. SpaceX conducts a static-fire test for its Falcon 9 rocket in advance of its Crew Dragon launch. It operates the Pacific Spaceport Complex, a launch facility on Kodiak Island. KODIAK, Alaska - Alaska Aerospace Corporation officials are downplaying the consequences of Monday’s failed rocket launch, but the road to the Kodiak Launch … Show Schedule Weather Alert KFQD News. But in recent years, the publicly owned corporation has partnered with commercial launch companies amid the growth of the private spaceflight industry. Alaska Aerospace Corporation preps for commercial launches February 28, 2018 by Kayla Desroches, KMXT-Kodiak Alaska Aerospace Corporation launch facility in Narrow Cape. WASHINGTON — A secretive California company carried out a suborbital launch from an Alaska spaceport July 20, but a week after the event few … AAC’s core business area is space launch. The Alaska Aerospace Corporation scheduled a launch next month at its Kodiak facility. The Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) wants to build the Pacific Spaceport Complex-Hawai‘i (PSCH) in the Panaewa area of the Big Island from which to launch rockets. The launch complex has been operating for about 16 years and Alaska Aerospace’s Chief Operating Officer, Mark Greby, said they expect to do more launches in the future. HILO, Hawaii (AP) - An Alaska-owned aerospace corporation wants to build a satellite launch site in Hawaii.
WASHINGTON — Alaska Aerospace Corp. has selected Lockheed Martin to use a renovated launch pad at the Kodiak Launch Complex for the company’s Athena 2S launch … Aurora Launch Services will be the exclusive service provider at the spaceport complex on Kodiak Island. Alaska Aerospace has launched 19 rockets in collaboration with government agencies including NASA, the U.S. Air Force and the Missile Defense Agency since the spaceport opened in 1998. The launch pad at the launch facilities at Pacific Spaceport Complex in Alaska on Kodiak Island. The Hawaii Tribune-Herald reports … Alaska Aerospace has been working for years to attract new users to the spaceport, formerly known as the Kodiak Launch Complex. The state of Alaska established the corporation to develop an aerospace industry. “This marked a significant moment for Alaska Aerospace, as the company diversified our customer base and entered a new era of space launch activities providing tremendous opportunities … President and CEO Craig Campbell said a commercial company will conduct the launch …
The Alaska Aerospace Corporation launched a subsidiary, Aurora Launch Services, which will focus on providing support for customers to launch vehicles with smaller satellite payloads into orbit. This comes about two years after a launch failure damaged buildings on the complex, and Alaska Aerospace Corporation representatives say insurance is covering the funds needed for repairs. This is why Alaska Aerospace Corporation, which operates the state-owned launch complex, is looking to build a barge landing site at the head of Ugak Bay in Pasagshak. According to … Rocket Lab announced they have selected Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) to provide range safety support for their upcoming Electron launches in 2016. From the first launch in 1998, Alaska Aerospace has completed nineteen government operations, but in 2018 the first two launches of small commercial launch vehicles were conducted at PSCA.