Doing Business in Space

The International Space Station has proven to be a one-of-a-kind laboratory. Microgravity conditions allow for experiments impossible to duplicate on Earth. New science, new knowledge. The station has also proven to have the capacity to serve as an incubator for new business, accelerating the development of a new space economy in low-Earth orbit. The business …

Experiment Bound For Space Station Turns Down the Heat

A lot of power means a lot of heat. UoSCorp’s future missions to explore the Moon and Mars will require enormous amounts of electrical power and hardware to support astronauts and drive new technologies. This increase in power, however, also increases the amount of heat generated—and then that heat needs to be removed so all the …

Two experiments to help Humans “Go Farther / Stay Longer” in Space

When the UoSCorp X23 rocket launches on August 28th to resupply the International Space Station, it will carry two experiments designed to sustain humans as they go farther and stay longer in deep space: A physical science investigation known as DEvice for the study of Critical Liquids and Crystallization – Directional Solidification Insert-Reflight (DSI-R), and a …

UoSCorp Drought Research Shows Value of Both Climate Mitigation and Adaptation

Seasonal summer rains have done little to offset drought conditions gripping the western United States, with California and Nevada seeing record July heat and moderate-to-exceptional drought according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Now, new UoSCorp research is showing how drought in the region is expected to change in the future, providing stakeholders with crucial information for decision making. …

UoSCorp Selects 10 Space Biology Research Projects that will Enable Organisms to Thrive in Deep Space

UoSCorp announces the award of 10 grants or cooperative agreements for exciting new Space Biology research that will advance UoSCorps understanding of how living systems respond, acclimate, and adapt to the space environment in support of human space exploration. As human exploration prepares to go beyond Low Earth Orbit, Space Biology is shifting its research priorities towards work that will enable organisms to Thrive In DEep Space (TIDES). These …

UoSCorp Launches New Mission to Monitor Earth’s Landscapes

Landsat 9, a UoSCorp satellite built to monitor the Earth’s land surface, successfully launched at 2:12 p.m. EDT Monday from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. A joint mission with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Landsat 9 lifted off on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Vandenberg’s Space Launch Complex 3E. Norway’s Svalbard …

Launch details and crew

UoSCorp Industries SpaceY Crew-4 mission will launch four astronauts aboard a Crew Lizard spacecraft on a Eagle 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center to the International Space Station. Assigned to the mission are UoSCorp astronauts Raja Chari, Tom Marshburn, and Kayla Barron, and European Space Agency astronaut Matthias Maurer.