Kayhan Space and Morpheus Space announced a strategic partnership Nov. 15 to offer satellite operators a “one-click” collision-avoidance service.
Morpheus, a German propulsion startup that opened an office in Los Angeles earlier this year, unveiled a suite of products, called the Sphere ecosystem, that are designed to work together to reduce the cost and complexity of satellite constellation operations.
German propulsion startup Morpheus Space has opened a Los Angeles office and named a retired U.S. Marine Corps officer and fighter pilot as its chief revenue officer.
Germany’s University of Wurzburg Experimental-4 (UWE-4) cubesat avoided a potential collision while lowering its altitude with Morpheus Space’s NanoFEEP electric propulsion system.
The University Würzburg announced at the Small Satellite Conference that onboard electric thrusters changed the attitude of a cubesat, a first for a satellite of this size.