Blue Canyon Technologies
Blue Canyon Technologies delivered the first of 10 satellite buses DARPA ordered in 2020 for its Blackjack experiment in low Earth orbit.
Blue Canyon Technologies won its largest constellation order to date, a contract with weather technology company Tomorrow.io.
Raytheon vice president Brad Tousley said there is growing interest from national security agencies in space missions in very low Earth orbit
Blue Canyon Technologies won a $14.6 million contract to produce a small inspector satellite for operations beyond geosynchronous Earth orbit.
The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign awarded a contract to Blue Canyon Technologies to provide cubesats for a space mission sponsored by the National Science Foundation. The value of the award was not disclosed.
Blue Canyon has received a contract option worth $26.5 million to produce six satellites for DARPA's Blackjack program.
Raytheon Technologies' acquisition of satellite manufacturer Blue Canyon Technologies has been completed, the company announced Dec. 22.
SAN FRANCISCO – Early next year, NASA plans to select a maximum of three Astrophysics Pioneers missions, investigations with a maximum price tag of $20 million, Michel Garcia, NASA Astrophysics Division smallsats lead program scientist, said at …
The satellites Blue Canyon developed for DARPA's Blackjack program — based on the company's commercial X-SAT bus — passed a critical design review.
Raytheon announced Nov. 10 it intends to acquire Blue Canyon Technologies, a manufacturer of small satellites and spacecraft components.
Orbion is a four-year-old startup in Houghton, Michigan, that specializes in Hall-effect plasma thrusters for small satellites.
If DARPA exercises all options, the contract awarded to Blue Canyon Technologies has a potential value of $99.4 million.
Smallsat builder Blue Canyon Technologies is moving employees into a recently opened factory designed to build 100 satellites a year, and more in the future.
Blue Canyon received a contract for satellite buses. SA Photonics' contract is for optical communications terminals.
Blue Canyon Technologies announced plans Feb. 12 to supply its X-SAT small satellite for Made In Space’s Archinaut One on-orbit manufacturing demonstration mission.
MethaneSAT said Jan. 6 it will use X-SAT, Blue Canyon’s largest offered spacecraft bus, to carry a methane-detection payload from Ball Aerospace.
Loft Orbital has raised a fresh $13 million to continue development of a constellation of small satellites purpose-built to carry a mix of payloads for customers who don’t want to fly their own satellites.
Viasat selected Blue Canyon Technologies (BCT) to design and manufacture a cubesat for a U.S. Air Force test of a military communications terminal in low Earth orbit.