United States Air Force (USAF) Laboratories

USAF TechSat 21 report

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) 

Applied Physics Laboratory (APL)

Primex Aerospace Space Propulsion Systems.
World's leading supplier of liquid and electric propulsion products.

Orbital Launch Systems (Pegasus)
.  Orbital Launch systems offers the Pegasus launch vehicle among its other space products.

NASA Hitchhiker (SHELS/SSPP)
Shuttle Safety Handbook


Other Small Satellite sites 

ASTRID-2 ASTRID-2 is Sweden's second scientific microsatellite developed by Swedish Space Corporation's Science Systems Division in Solna, Sweden.
ASUSat 1 ASUSat 1, is an ASU NASA Space Grant project, and is Arizona State University's first student designed satellite.  ASU is also a member of 3-cornersat with University of Colorado at Boulder, and University of New Mexico.
CATSAT CATSAT is a small scientific satellite mission being developed jointly by the University of New Hampshire and the University of Leicester through the Universities Space Research Association (USRA)/NASA Student Explorer Demonstration Initiative program.
CX-1 Citizen Explorer A small satellite mission by the Colorado Space Grant College
MightySat 1  MightySat I is a United States Air Force satellite that will demonstrate new technologies in space.
Minerva-1 DARPA/NASA Sierra College Small Satellite Project on the Web
Munin Project Swedish Institute of Space Physics / Luleå University of Technology joint project.
NASA Small Explorer (SMEX) Website NASA's Small Explorer (SMEX) Program provides frequent flight opportunities for highly focused and relatively inexpensive space science missions.
OPAL OPAL is Stanford University’s second Satellite QUIck Research Testbed (SQUIRT) satellite.
Paper Repository on small satellites at Surrey An up-to-date list of papers and articles written by UoSAT and Surrey Satellite Technology, Ltd. ( SSTL) are listed here. Where available on the web, a link is provided.
SAPPHIRE (Stanford Audiophonic Photographic Infrared Experiment) SAPPHIRE is the first Satellite QUIck Research Testbed (SQUIRT) satellite; Stanford University.
Student Nitric Oxide Explorer (SNOE)  SNOE ("snowy") is a small scientific satellite that is measuring the effects of energy from the sun and from the magnetosphere on the density of nitric oxide in the Earth's upper atmosphere. 
Surrey NanoSat Applications Program Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Test-bed Satellite
TERRIERS    Tomographic Experiment using Radiative Recombinative Ionospheric EUV and Radio Sources.  Boston University.
TUBSAT-N From the Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics of the Technical University of Berlin. Development of microsatellites (the TUBSAT series) with emphasis on high resolution attitude control.
WEBERSAT-OSCAR 18 aka WEBERSAT. Designed and Built by Weber State University's Center for AeroSpace Technology (CAST) in Ogden, Utah.


Industry Info

LaunchSpace Industry Directory.  LaunchSpace magazine's online directory of aerospace engineering firms.


NASA Home Page
NASA Scientific and Technical Information
Astronomy Picture of the Day

NASA Locations:

NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC
Ames Research Center,
Moffett Field, CA
Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, CA
Glenn Research Center
at Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH
Goddard Institute for Space Studies,
New York, NY
Goddard Space Flight Center,
Greenbelt, MD
Independent Validation & Verification Facility,
Fairmont, WV
Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
Pasadena CA
Johnson Space Center,
Houston, TX
Kennedy Space Center,
Langley Research Center,
Hampton, VA
Marshall Space Flight Center,
Huntsville, AL
Moffett Federal Airfield, Mountain View, CA
Stennis Space Center,
Wallops Flight Facility,
Wallops Island, VA
White Sands Test Facility,
White Sands, NM