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ALASKA AEROSPACE CONGRATULATES SPACE PERSPECTIVE

Alaska Aerospace Corporation congratulates Space Perspective on its announcement today of developing human spaceflight operations. We are proud that the company plans to conduct human spaceflights from Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska on Kodiak Island. Space Perspective’s flights will take up to eight passengers and crew in a comfortable capsule under a large space balloon. The vehicle, called Neptune Spaceship, is the …

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Alaska Aerospace Corporation and Camden County Sign MOU

Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC), owner and operator of FAA-licensed commercial spaceport, Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska (PSCA), and Camden County, Georgia have entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work cooperatively on establishing common operating environments for launch operators who wish to reach both polar and equatorial orbits. By working together, AAC and Camden County can better support launch vehicle operator needs and …

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After Setbacks Alaska Space Business Again Has High Hopes

By Becky Bohrer | AP  JUNEAU, Alaska — When most people think of Alaska, they picture its thick forests, hulking grizzly bears and soaring, snow-covered peaks. What they might not imagine is rockets whisking defense and other payloads into space. But America’s northernmost state has that too, entering the high-tech aerospace business more than 25 years ago as it looked to diversify its oil-reliant …

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Alaska Aerospace Corporation Congratulates Rocket Lab Successful Launch New Electron Rocket

ANCHORAGE, AK:  The team at Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) congratulates Rocket Lab on their successful launch of the new Electron rocket from the Rocket Lab Launch Complex One on the Mahia Peninsula, New Zealand.  “This successful Electron launch is a game-changer for the commercial small satellite industry,” said Craig Campbell, AAC President and Chief Executive Officer.  “There is tremendous demand for a …

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Arctic Aerospace Achievements Highlighted During Arctic Interchange

FAIRBANKS, AK:  As part of the tenth Arctic Council Ministerial Meeting in Fairbanks on May 10-11, 2017, a series of workshops were conducted to highlight arctic opportunities and challenges.  On Thursday, May 11, the Arctic Interchange hosted a panel discussion addressing aerospace opportunities in Alaska and the Arctic.  Chaired by Dr. Bob McCoy, PhD, Director of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) …

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Alaska Aerospace Pursuing Asian Small Satellite Launch Market

Anchorage AK:  Following participation in the 2017 Japan Space Symposium, Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) President and Chief Executive Officer Craig E. Campbell traveled to Hokkaido, Japan with a joint Japanese and American delegation to visit a proposed launch site in the coastal town of Taiki.   As part of the itinerary, the delegation toured the headquarters and manufacturing facility of Interstellar Technologies.  Interstellar …

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Japan Space Symposium 2017 Features Alaska Aerospace

ANCHORAGE, AK: The Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) was honored to be invited to deliver a presentation addressing the unique aspects of owning and operating the Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA), a State of Alaska owned, non-Federal spaceport, at the 2017 Japan Space Symposium, held April 17, 2017 in Tokyo, Japan.  The invitation followed a visit to PSCA in June 2016 by …

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Alaska Aerospace Corporation Expands Marketing 33rd Space Symposium

ANCHORAGE, AK:  Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) exhibited at the 33rd Space Symposium held in Colorado Springs April 4-6, 2017, hosted by the Space Foundation.  The Space Foundation is a global, nonprofit organization and the foremost advocate for all sectors of the space industry. This is the fifth year that AAC had a booth at the Space Symposium to attract interest in the …

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Alaska Aerospace Highlights Spaceport Capabilities Faa Conference

WASHINGTON DC:   Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) participated in the 20th Annual Commercial Space Transportation Conference, co-hosted this year by the Federal Administration Office of Commercial Space Transportation and the Commercial Spaceflight Federation.  The annual conference brings industry leaders together with government officials to discuss the developing commercial space market, including streamlining space launch and commercial operations, and changes in the global commercial …

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Aac Looking New Launch Site Nearer Equator

Kodiak Daily Mirror – Joanne Snoderly Alaska Aerospace Corp. is considering a second launch facility capable of equatorial launches. At a Dec. 1, 2016, meeting, the state-owned corporation’s board of directors approved spending up to $250,000 “to enter into contracts … for the preliminary survey, property appraisal, initial site design, site engineering and permitting processes” for the launch site. AAC CEO Craig …

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