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The Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA) on Kodiak Island provides responsive, flexible, and low-cost access to space for small- and light-lift vertical rockets and stratospheric balloons.  PSCA has been launching rockets since 1998 and was the first FAA-licensed spaceport not co-located on a federal range.

One of the pioneering features of PSCA is its’ economic model.  Since 2015, the spaceport has not accepted state or federal funds for operations & maintenance and must operate within earned revenues. As such, PSCA provides unqualified economic benefit to Alaska, stimulates innovation, and keeps the team focused on customer outcomes versus stifling bureaucratic processes.

As one of only four orbital vertical rocket launch sites in the United States, PSCA plays a key role in providing resiliency for US access to space.  PSCA also enjoys the largest launch azimuth range of any spaceport in the US and can access high-inclination, polar, and sun-synchronous orbits between 59° and 110° inclination.

The following three graphics provide a virtual tour of PSCA, including an Overview of the site, “Downrange” launch pads, and “Uprange” control centers.

EXPLORE PACIFIC SPACEPORT COMPLEX - KODIAK

PSCA - KODIAK "UPRANGE"

PSCA - KODIAK "DOWNRANGE"

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