A start-up that manufactures rockets with giant 3-D printers just scored $35 million in funding

Start-up Relativity Space’s latest round of venture capital funding brought in $35 million. The company says it can 3-D print 95 percent of its orbital rocket in development. At $10 million, Relativity’s Terran 1 is priced in the middle of today’s rocket market. Michael Sheetz | @thesheetztweetz The Stargate 3D printer at Relativity Space’s facility … More A start-up that manufactures rockets with giant 3-D printers just scored $35 million in funding

KHRUNICHEV SPACE CENTER: PREPARATIONS UNDERWAY FOR SERIAL PRODUCTION OF ANGARA FAMILY OF LAUNCH VEHICLES

Department of Communications – Khrunichev Space Center Khrunichev Center (part of ROSCOSMOS State Corporation) and the Central Machine Building Research Institute (TsNIIMash) are performing joint vibration tests of one of the Universal Rocket Modules (URM-1) that form the core of the Angara-A5 first stage.  These tests started in late 2017 and will take several months … More KHRUNICHEV SPACE CENTER: PREPARATIONS UNDERWAY FOR SERIAL PRODUCTION OF ANGARA FAMILY OF LAUNCH VEHICLES

ILS’s Pysher: Proton continues to reinvent itself to compete

by Warren Ferster — February 26, 2018   WASHINGTON, D.C. — The top executive with the U.S. firm that markets Russia’s Proton rocket blasted what he characterized as a recent slew of misinformation surrounding the vehicle, saying it enjoys the full support of the Russian government and that the culmination of a three-year quality control program instituted by … More ILS’s Pysher: Proton continues to reinvent itself to compete

Students to test one-of-a-kind, 3D-printed rocket engine

San Diego, Calif., Oct. 3 — A group of engineering students at the University of California, San Diego, will boldly go where no university student group has gone before by testing a 3D-printed rocket engine made out of metal at 10 a.m. on Sunday Oct. 5 at the Friends of Amateur Rocketry testing site in the Mojave … More Students to test one-of-a-kind, 3D-printed rocket engine

The world’s first printed jet engine

Opening new manufacturing opportunities for Australia in aerospace, medicine and light industry Monash University researchers along with collaborators from CSIRO and Deakin University have printed a jet engine. In fact Monash and their spin-out company Amaero, have printed two engines. One is on display this week at the International Air Show in Avalon, while the … More The world’s first printed jet engine

Actual secret Chinese J20 stealth jet… Artist’s rendition from smuggled underground pictures…the J20 shown to the public and to the press is a fake!

Filed April 1, 2013 It looks like the J20 shown to the world is a head fake the real J20-X program is more radical and we have the first artists rendition based on secret photos shown to us. The J20 shown “leaked to the world” is a low tech aircraft that is being put out there … More Actual secret Chinese J20 stealth jet… Artist’s rendition from smuggled underground pictures…the J20 shown to the public and to the press is a fake!

CAFE Electric Aircraft Symposium: 2013

January 2, 2013 The 7th Annual CAFE Electric Aircraft Symposium (EAS VII), April 26, 27 of 2013 is delighted to confirm several outanding presenters. Headlining EAS VII will be NASA Chief Scientist Dennis Bushnell on “Frontiers of Exotic Energetics”,Pipistrel’s Tine Tomazic on “Hybrid Panthera” and the “Ideal Electric Trainer” and photovoltaic breakthrough developer Dr. Loren Kaake of UC … More CAFE Electric Aircraft Symposium: 2013