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Aegis Aerospace awarded new satellite contract

HOUSTON – Aegis Aerospace Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a new contract task order to develop, produce, and operate the STPSat-7 satellite for the United States Space Force’s (USSF) Space Systems Command’s (SSC) Space Test Program (STP).   STPSat-7 is an ESPA class, low Earth orbit (LEO) …

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Thank you for your support, BAHEP! BAHEP shares news of combining the best of “two remarkable companies”

Release from Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership (HOUSTON)–Alpha Space Test and Research Alliance (Alpha Space) and technology/defense company MEI Technologies, Inc. (MEIT) became one dynamic company when they introduced themselves to the world as Aegis Aerospace Inc. during the 36th National Space Symposium held in Colorado Springs, Co., from Aug. …

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Successful MISSE upgrade commissioned

HOUSTON –  Aegis Aerospace Inc., formerly Alpha Space Test and Research Alliance, has successfully completed a comprehensive avionics upgrade of its MISSE testing facility on the ISS. The fully redundant avionics system provides MISSE customers with higher bandwidth for internal data transfer, several choices of communication protocols, selectable voltages for …

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Alpha Space and MEI Technologies to Merge

Commercial space company and space technology firm combine to create a unique, full service, woman-owned space & technology company HOUSTON – Commercial space company Alpha Space Test and Research Alliance (Alpha Space) and technology/defense company MEI Technologies, Inc. (MEIT) have announced their plan to form a single integrated business offering …

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Alpha Space celebrates third successful installation of MISSE carriers on the International Space Station

Alpha Space Test and Research Alliance, LLC (Alpha Space), the only company in the world to own and operate a dedicated external testing facility in space, announced today that three new science and experiment carriers have been robotically installed on its MISSE facility on the International Space Station and successfully …