As our team got ready to head home for the holidays yesterday, we took a minute to decorate Xaero and take a picture. From all of us at Masten to you, we wish you a safe and Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and some relaxing downtime for you and yours! See you in 2012!
As November has rolled into December, we’re still on the warpath testing rockets and making some good progress we’ll share with you soon. As you might be aware, Masten has received multiple contracts from the Flight Opportunities Program, which pays for flights aboard reusable suborbital vehicles for qualified research experiments. The program has an open [...]
Hello, November skies! We’ve been quiet. Probably too quiet! It seems that’s what happens when you’re really busy… Here’s a glimpse inside what’s going on at Masten. I wanted to take half a second and pull back the curtain to show you a bit of what’s happening inside the black box that is Masten Space [...]
Masten Space Systems Wins NASA Suborbital Flight Contract MOJAVE, Calif., August 10, 2011 – Masten Space Systems, Inc., a leader in the emerging commercial spaceflight industry, announced today that it has been selected as a vendor for NASA’s Flight Opportunities Program. The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract will allow Masten to compete for task orders to fly [...]
MASTEN SPACE SYSTEMS ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT ADDITIONS MOJAVE, Calif., July 27, 2011 – Masten Space Systems, Inc., a leader in the emerging commercial spaceflight industry, announced today the expansion of its management team through several key appointments. Founder David Masten, has been named chairman and chief technology officer. Joel Scotkin will be the new chief executive [...]
MASTEN SPACE SYSTEMS SIGNS CONTRACT WITH SPACE FLORIDA FOR DEMONSTRATION LAUNCHES Masten to Perform Launches from LC-36 CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (May 19, 2011) – Masten Space Systems and Space Florida announced today the signing of a $400,000 contract under which Masten will perform a series of demonstration flights of a Vertical Takeoff Vertical Landing (VTVL) [...]
NASA announced on Wednesday the list of companies that will negotiate final terms for a 2010 Phase I SBIR. We’re proud to announce that one of our submissions – a “Terrestrial Plume Impingement Testbed” made the cut! A while back we realized the potential of our rockets as what we then jokingly termed a “supersonic [...]
Masten Space Systems and Space Florida announced the signing of a Letter of Intent to explore demonstration launches from Launch Complex 36 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.